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www.cynthianademocrat.com 


Thursday, March 22, 2012 


• Did you know? 

Battle 
of the 
Books 

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photographs 
on page 10 


Food Pantry items 
can be dropped off 
at the center 

The Harrison County 
Food Pantry, which is 
located at 304 Locust St., 
is open to give out items 
to families in need and 
to receive donations 
Wednesdays and Fridays 
from noon to 4 p.m. 

For more information, 
call Margaret Watson at 
234-1649 or Marilyn Wash 
at 234-5644. 

Westside Health 
Fair is April 5 

Westside Elementary 
will hold a health fair on 
April 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. 
in the school cafeteria. 
Visitors will be able to 
visit health-related booths 
at no charge. There will be 
blood pressure screenings 
and chiropractic tests as 
well as professional advice 
from Dr. Amy Mashburn 
and Dr. Jason Mcllvain. 

There will also be 
representatives from 
Harrison Memorial 
Hospital, Wedco Health 
Center, the Cynthiana 
Fire Department’s fire 
house and the Flora 
Shropshire Animal 
Shelter. 

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In today’s edition, 
check out a new addition 
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then offer some feedback 
to editor Becky Barnes at 
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mocrat.com. 

• Obituaries 

James Bowles, 42 
Dan Hedges, 67 
Catherine Hollar, 97 
Carley Yazell, infant 



• Index 


Menus.2 

Viewpoint.4 

Obituaries.6 

Education.6 

Church.7 

Living.8 

Farm.11 

Sports.Bl-3 


Records .... B4,5 
Calendar .... B12 


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Barlow Road home bui|larized twice in two days 

Deputy says suspect took property, returned it, then took it again 


By Ben Hyatt, News writer 

The case of a Harrison County 
man arrested for Feb. 8 and 10 
burglaries has been bound over 
to a grand jury. 

A report was made on Feb. 9, 
to the Harrison County Sheriff’s 
Office where a home located on 
Barlow Road had been broken 
into and several items taken. 

According to Deputy Tuan 
Kreer, the resident arrived home 
to find that the back door had 
been forced open. 

The sheriff’s report listed 


items missing to include a Dell 
computer, DVD player, por¬ 
table DVD player, LG cellphone, 
antique stereo system, approxi¬ 
mately 70 DVDs and an adult 
personal vibrator. 

According to the report, the 
owner of the home had not been 
home for several days. She told 
authorities that the only person 
who had been at the residence 
besides her boyfriend was Jason 
Adkins. 

‘T made contact with Jason 
on Feb. 11, and asked him if he 


had entered the home through 
the back door while no one was 
home,” said Kreer. “He said that 
he in fact did enter the home 
and admitted to taking the items 
that were missing.” 

Upon further investigation, 
Kreer was alledgedly told by 
Adkins that he had initially took 
the items from Barlow Road on 
Feb. 8 before “feeling guilty” and 
returning them on Feb. 9 while 
the home was empty. 

“After he felt guilty about 
taking the items and returning 


them, he then broke back into 
the home and stole the items 
for a second time,” said Kreer. 
“After he took the items for a 
second time, he then told us that 
he tried to pawn the items at a 
local pawn shop.” 

Adkins, 24, was arrested on 
March 12, and charged with two 
counts of second degree bur¬ 
glary. 

Adkins posted bail and is cur¬ 
rently awaiting trial. 




Chamber names 
Westside’s Muntz 
as 2011 Educator 
of the Year 


By Becky Barnes, Editor 

Two years into her college education, Jennifer 
Grinstead (now Muntz) had no idea what she 
wanted to do with her life. 

After 29 years in the classroom, the 2011 
Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year is 
glad she chose as she did. 

She was at the University of Kentucky into her 
sophomore year that the career quandary first 
hit her. A cousin was in the education program 
at Georgetown College and steered Muntz toward 
teaching. 

“I had some great teachers,” Muntz said, noting 
that their influence helped her choose teaching as 
her profession. 

After earning her degree at Georgetown, 

Muntz found herself without a job. With a couple 
of friends in tow, she went to a teacher fair at 
Kentucky State University and found herself and 
her friends on their way to Houston, Texas. 

She taught second grade in Houston for one 
year before returning to her hometown for a 
migrant/remedial reading assignment. 

When Westside Elementary principal Richard 
Wills offered her a classroom position, she 
accepted and has been there for the last 26 years. 
She has mostly taught second grade, but there 
was a time she had both second and third 
grade students. 

“I’ve seen a lot of changes with KERA 
and now with the new standards,” Muntz 
said, adding that she has also worked with 
four principals. 

Muntz, 53, said she would do it all over 
again. Her one regret is that she didn’t 
keep a journal of the things said and 
done in her classroom. Some of the 
stories are about her students, but, 
some are also about the teacher. 
Muntz said she teaches about 
citizenship and how 

important it 
is. She 
tells 
her stu¬ 
dents 
about 
the 
begin¬ 
nings of the 
United States 
and how great 
it is to live in 
America. 

So when one 
of her second 
grade students 


Westside Elementary second grade teacher Jennifer Muntz was named the Cham¬ 
ber of Commerce’s 2011 Educator of the Year. 


See TEACHER, page 3 


Judge 
rules on 
Webb 
motions 

By Becky Barnes, Editor 

Accused murderer 
Bass Webb was back in 
Cynthiana for a status 
hearing in Harrison 
Circuit Court on Tuesday. 

Judge Jay Delaney over¬ 
ruled several motions 
including defense 
motions to exclude expert 
witness testimony, to 
exclude gruesome photo¬ 
graphs during trial and to 
sequester jurors. 

Where Bass Webb will 
be housed during trial, 
which will be heard in 
Pendleton County July 
18-Aug. 17, will be deter¬ 
mined later as will estab¬ 
lishing time limits for 
individual voir dire. 

The next status hear¬ 
ing, which was set for 
April 30 at 9:30 a.m., will 
also be held in Harrison 
County. 

Webb, who is charged 
with the murder of his 
estranged girlfriend Bryia 
Runiewicz in Harrison 
County on July 31, 2009, 
was first slated to stand 
trial in Harrison County 
in December. 

However, Judge Delaney 
ordered in December dur¬ 
ing questioning of poten¬ 
tial jurors that the trial 
be moved due to pre-trial 
publicity that contami¬ 
nated the jury pool. 

Delaney ruled in 
January that the trial 
would be held in neigh¬ 
boring Pendleton County, 
which is the same circuit 
as Harrison. 

Webb is charged with 
first degree murder in 
Harrison County. He also 
faces a murder charge 
in Montgomery County 
in the death of another 
former girlfriend, Sabrina 
Vaughn. 

He was found guilty 
of attempted murder 
and assault charges in 
Bourbon and Fayette 
counties and is being held 
at the Eastern Kentucky 
Correctional Center in 
West Liberty. 


County pondering contributions to local organizations 


By Ben Hyatt, News writer 

Requests are being made for 
slices of the county’s budget pie. 

The Harrison County Fiscal 
Court met on Tuesday, March 20, 
to discuss the 2012-13 budget. 

County Judge-Executive Alex 
Barnett read through the names 
of programs and groups that 
have requested assistance from 
the county. 

“Almost all of these are the 
same as last year with the excep¬ 
tion of a few,” said Barnett. “We 


are not voting tonight, but we 
are trying to get an idea of what 
we might approve and those 
we need to discuss with more 
detail.” 

After reading through the 
list of 36 groups, court mem¬ 
bers agreed that any program 
requesting more than the pre¬ 
vious year would need to be 
looked into before approval. 

Among the groups that 
requested an increase. Planning 
and Zoning topped the list with 


a $20,935 increase over last 
year’s $60,000. 

“I think it would be best 
to not look at planning and 
zoning much tonight,” said 
Barnett. “Let’s get someone in 
here at our next budget work¬ 
shop to explain the significant 
increase.” 

The Commission on Aging 
also requested an increase in 
funds from the previous year. 

In 2011-2012 the Commission 
on Aging received $19,500 and is 


requesting $25,000 for 2012-2013. 

Wrapping up the list of groups 
who requested an increase in 
county funds was the Chamber 
of Commerce and Community 
Employment Opportunities. 

A $3,000 increase was 
requested from the Chamber 
and a $4,000 was requested by 
the Community Employment 
Opportunity. 

The court adjourned and will 
resume budget issues at the next 
workshop held on April 3. 




























































2 The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 


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* Menus subject to change 
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BREAKFAST 

ST. EDWARD SCHOOL 

MONDAY: Breakfast Egg & 
Bacon Pizza or cereal, yogurt, 
fruit, juice choices, choice of 
milk. 

TUESDAY: Cereal choices, 
yogurt, fruit, juice choices, 
choice of milk. 

WEDNESDAY:Pancakes 
and sausage links, fruit, 
yogurt, juice choices, choice 
of milk. 

THURSDAY: Toasted 

cheese sandwich or cereal, 
yogurt, fresh fruit, juice choic¬ 
es, choice of milk. 

FRIDAY: Scrambled eggs 
and hash browns or cereal, 
yogurt, fresh fruit, juice choic¬ 
es, choice of milk. 

ALL ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOLS 

MONDAY: Egg on English 
Muffin or PopTartA^ogurt or 
Cereal/Toast 

Fruit Variety, fruit or juice, 
variety of milk. 

TUESDAY: Breakfast Pizza 
or PopTaiWogurt or Cereal/ 
Toast, fruit or juice, variety of 
milk. 

WEDNESDAY: Sausage 
Biscuit or PopTart/Yogurt or 
Cereal/Toast, fruit or juice, 
variety of milk. 

THURSDAY: French Toast 
Sticks or PopTart/Yogurt or 
Cereal/Toast, fruit or juice, 
variety of milk. 

FRIDAY: Scrambled Eggs/ 


Toast or PopTart/Yogurt or 
Cereal/Toast, fruit or juice, 
variety of milk. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL 

MONDAY: Cereal and toast 
or Pop-Tart or french toast 
pouch or yogurt, variety of 
milk and juice. 

TUESDAY: Cereal and 
toast or Pop-Tart or breakfast 
pizza or yogurt, variety of milk 
and juice. 

WEDNESDAY: Cereal and 
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egg cheese wrap or yogurt, 
variety of milk and juice. 

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pizza or yogurt, variety of milk 
and juice. 

FRIDAY: Cereal and toast 
or Pop-Tart or bacon egg and 
cheese on bagel or yogurt, 
variety of milk and juice. 

HIGH SCHOOL 

MONDAY: Cereal or 
assorted muffins or Pop-Tart 
or breakfast pizza or yogurt, 
variety of milk and juice. 

TUESDAY: Cereal or 
assorted muffins or Pop-Tart 
or turkey sausage biscuit and 
oatmeal or yogurt, variety of 
milk and juice. 

WEDNESDAY: Cereal or 
assorted muffins or Pop-Tart 
or grilled egg patty w/cheese 
on english muffin or yogurt, 
variety of milk and juice. 

THURSDAY: Cereal or 
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muffins or Pop-Tart or scram¬ 
bled eggs and bacon w/hash- 
brown or yogurt, variety of 
milk and juice. 

LUNCH 

ST. EDWARD SCHOOL 

MONDAY: Hamburger w/ 
bun or cheese sandwich, let¬ 
tuce, pickle, onion, tomato, 
cheese, corn, assorted fruit, 
variety of milk. 

TUESDAY: Chicken nug¬ 
gets or peanut butter jelly 
sandwich, green beans, 
tossed salad, fruit, assorted 
fruit, variety of milk. 

WEDNESDAY: Spaghetti 
w/sauce or peanut butter and 
jelly sandwich, corn, french 
bread, assorted fruit, variety 
of milk. 

THURSDAY: Pizza, corn, 
salad, assorted fruit, variety 
of milk. 

FRIDAY: Fish nuggets or 
peanut butter and jelly sand¬ 
wich, mac and cheese, green 
beans, assorted fruit, variety 
of milk. 

ALL ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOLS 

MONDAY:Chicken fingers 
or chef Salad, mashed pota¬ 


toes, baby tomatoes, fruit, 
variety of milk. 

TUESDAY: Breaded fish on 
bun or grilled cheese, pinto 
beans, veggie cup, fruit, vari¬ 
ety of milk. 

WEDNESDAY: Mini corn 
dogs or, sunbutter/jelly sand¬ 
wich, green beans, raw car¬ 
rots, fruit, variety of milk. 

THURSDAY: Hamburger 
on bun or, shaved ham on 
bun, Caribbean blend, baked 
tots, fruit, cookie, variety of 
milk. 

FRIDAY: Homemade lasa¬ 
gne or, shaved turkey on bun, 
fresh steamed broccoli, veg¬ 
gie cup, fruit, variety of milk. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL 

MONDAY: Hamburger on 
bun w/cheese or chef salad 
box or popcorn chicken salad 
box or yogurt box, lettuce, 
tomato, onion, baked beans, 
ranch potato wedges, cante- 
loupe wedges w/grapes, fruit 
bowl, juice, variety of milk and 
juice. 

TUESDAY: Popcorn chick¬ 
en or Salisbury steak w/gravy 
or chef salad box or popcorn 
chicken salad box or yogurt 
box, mashed potatoes, green 


beans, diced peach cup, fruit 
bowl, juice wheat roll, variety 
of milk and juice. 

WEDNESDAY: Reg. or hot 
& spicy chicken on whole 
grain bun or chef salad box 
or popcorn chicken salad box 
or yogurt box, lettuce, toma¬ 
to, veggies w/lt.dip, steamed 
carrots, steamed broccoli, 
sunchips, fruit bowl, strawber¬ 
ry/banana smoothie, variety 
of milk and juice. 

THURSDAY: Chicken fajita 
wrap or ham & cheese on 
bun or chef or popcorn chick¬ 
en salad box or yogurt box, 
shredded cheese, lettuce, 
tomato, carrots w/lt.dip, home¬ 
made pasta salad, whole grain 
baked doritos, strawberry, kiwi 
slices, fruit bowl, juice, variety 
of milk and juice. 

FRIDAY: Stuffed crust pepp. 
pizza slice or fish on wg/bun 
or chef salad box or popcorn 
chicken salad box or yogurt 
box, steamed corn, cole slaw, 
lettuce spinach salad, sliced 
pear cup, fruit bowl, juice, 
variety of milk and juice. 

HIGH SCHOOL** 

MONDAY: Chicken nuggets 
or Salisbury steak or salad 


box w/breaded or grilled 
chicken or yogurt, mashed 
potatoes, peas, variety of milk 
and juice. 

TUESDAY: Spaghetti w/ 
meat sauce & cheese bread- 
stick or quesadilla or salad 
box w/breaded or grilled 
chicken or yogurt, green 
beans, fresh fruit, variety of 
milk and juice. 

WEDNESDAY: Breaded or 
spicy breaded chicken patty/ 
bun or 

salad box w/breaded or 
grilled chicken or yogurt, 
chips, corn on cobb, veggies, 
variety of milk and juice. 

THURSDAY: Pork chop or 
hamburger or salad box w/ 
breaded or grilled chicken 
or yogurt, baked vegetarian 
beans, carrot coins, fresh fruit, 
variety of milk and juice. 

FRIDAY: Pizza-sausage or 
cheese or tuna salad pita 
pocket or salad box w/bread¬ 
ed or grilled chicken or yogurt, 
tossed salad, fresh broccoli, 
variety of milk and juice. 

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The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 3 

City/county leaders put hold on fitness center 


By Ben Hyatt, News writer 

A special joint meeting was 
held on March 12 between the 
city commissioners and fiscal 
court to reveal future plans for 
the building of a health/fitness 
center. 

In 2011 several local officials 
teamed with Wedco to apply 
for a grant that would set in 
motion plans for building a 
health center in Harrison 
County 

However, the application to 
acquire the grant was unsuc¬ 
cessful, which meant several 
more months of brainstorming 
new ways to bring a health cen¬ 
ter to Harrison County 

During the joint meeting, 
Harrison Countians for Active 
Living Inc. chairman Gary 
Drunker gave alarming statis¬ 
tics that showed the audience 
the need for a health center. 


Teacher_ 

From TEACHER, front page 

proudly stood before the 
class and proclaimed 
that when he grew up he 
wanted “to be a proud 
American.” 

At least that’s what 
Muntz heard. 

She praised the child, 
going on and on about 
how wonderful it was that 
he wanted to be a proud 
American. And, just as 
she thought to herself 
that her students were 
finally getting it, the child 
said, “No, Miss Grinstead, 

I want to be a veterinar¬ 
ian!” 

She laughed, but in 
reality she said seeing 
the eyes of a child who 
finally understands what 
you’ve been teaching is 
the best feeling. 

Muntz said her reward 
is having a student come 
back to her classroom as 
an adult to thank you or 
to be wrapped in a hug 
from a child who tells you 
“I love you.” 

When one of her for¬ 
mer students graduated. 


“Right now Harrison County 
is more than double the nation¬ 
al average in adult obesity at 
right around 50 percent,” said 
Drunker. “Harrison County 
also is above the national aver¬ 
age in lack of physical activ¬ 
ity” 

According to a presentation 
by Drunker, the leading cause 
of death in Harrison County is 
due to cardiovascular disease. 

“Our goal is to improve the 
overall health status of our 
citizens by offering physical 
activity programs and preven¬ 
tive health education programs 
in one location on a year-round 
basis,” said Drunker. 

Drunker said a capital cam¬ 
paign will be the main focus of 
raising the money to construct 
the estimated $2.5 million facil¬ 
ity 

Drunker reminded everyone 


that contributions have already 
been made from 3M, the city 
and county. 

“3M is on board with us and 
has already agreed to give 
$150,000,” said Drunker. 

The first phase of the build¬ 
ing will be to construct the 
wellness center either beside 
Wedco or at its original master 
plan location on the hill at Flat 
Run Veteran’s Park. 

“We are still unsure where 
it will be built, but it is up for 
discussion,” said Drunker. 

Drunker said at a later date, 
phase two of the project will 
be started which may include 
the addition of an indoor pool 
built on to the center. 

“Where the problem lies 
right now is who will be tak¬ 
ing care of the facility,” said 
Drunker. “We are still unsure 
of the outcome with Parks and 


Recreation but, we know for 
sure that HCAL will not run it. 
We are only involved in getting 
it built.” 

Commissioners as well as fis¬ 
cal court members agreed that 
the responsibilities of main¬ 
taining the center should fall 
under Parks and Recreation 
duties. 

“Parks and Recreation is 
going through some changes 
right now,” said Drunker. “If 
they are the ones who will be 
taking care of it, then we will 
probably have to wait until that 
is all settled.” 

Members of the fiscal court 
and city also expressed that 
they need to know who would 
run the center before it would 
be built. 

“I don’t think anyone in 
this room would deny that 
Harrison County needs some¬ 


thing like this,” said County 
Judge-Executive Alex Darnett. 
“I just think we need to know 
some more of the facts before 
we jump in.” 

Other court and city mem¬ 
bers also brought up the need 
to know operation costs and 
expenses before a final plan 
could be considered. 

“Right now we only have 
estimates as to how much run¬ 
ning something like this might 
cost,” said Mayor Steve Moses. 
“I think the estimates are low 
and before we all jump on 
board I think we need to have a 
better understanding on what 
we are getting into.” 

It was the consensus of the 
attending parties that the plans 
should be put on hold until 
finalized changes in Parks and 
Recreation take place. 


she wrote Muntz a thank- 
you letter. Today, that 
student. Autumn Webber 
Dlackburn, teaches in the 
classroom next to Muntz’. 

“I think this path was 
picked out for me to 
travel,” Muntz said. “If 
I hadn’t followed it, I 
wouldn’t be the person I 
am today.” 

She is a 1977 graduate 
of Harrison County High 
School and the daughter 
of Malcolm and Jane 
Grinstead. She married 
Drad Muntz eight months 
ago and now has two step¬ 
children, Scott, who is a 
second-year teacher at 
Dourbon County Middle 
School, and Kacey a den¬ 
tal hygienist who will 
graduate in May. 

Of the Chamber recog¬ 
nition, Muntz said, “I’m 
very honored and hum¬ 
bled by this award. There 
are a lot of teachers who 
work really hard and get 
no recognition. I accepted 
this award on behalf of 
all teachers who work 
hard.” 



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The South Licking Chapter of Ducks Unlimited would like to thank all the following 
businesses and indivduals that helped make our March 3, 2012 banquet a great 
success. Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated 
habitats for North America’s waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and 
people. Please help us show our appreciation for all those that help us in our commit¬ 
ment to our wetlands. 


2012 Underwriters & Donors 


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Chase Jewelers 
Flower Depot 

Toyota Motor Manufacturing 
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Jerry Jenkins 
Rita Looker 
3M Company 
Harrison Vet Clinic 
Vahnook’s Hardware 
Ken’s New Market 
Dr. George Frazier 
Marshall’s Tractor Supply 
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4 The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 


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We can help families salvage memories 


Cynthiana and 
Harrison County 
dodged the March 
2 bullet that ripped 
through other parts 
of our state. 

Unfortunately, 
some of those vic¬ 
tims lost everything they owned. Houses 
and barns can be replaced. Roofs can be 
repaired and new cars can be purchased. 

There are some things that, no matter 
how much insurance coverage you have, 
cannot be replaced. 

How devastated would you be if not 
only did you lose your home, but you also 
lost all sorts of personal items and pho¬ 
tographs? 

1 often look in the closet that houses all 
of my family photographs and think that 
it looks like a disaster of some sort has 
struck, but in reality the pictures are all 
there. Some day I’ll get around to orga¬ 
nizing them. 

For hundreds of Kentuckians, that 
“some day” will never come. 

Their disaster is that they no longer 
have those photographs. 


A call for help has been made for people 
in the Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky areas. 

We may not have been in the line of a 
tornado, but we may have been a drop 
off point for someone’s treasures. 

Residents are asked to pickup photo¬ 
graphs or personal items found in their 
yards or wooded areas and report those 
so victims may get something from their 
past returned. 

It’s that time of year when people are 
outside getting their lawns ready for 
summer. Before you toss that piece of 
paper into the trash, make sure it’s not 
someone’s cherished photo or letter. 

Photos of items found can be posted 
online at http://midwestlostbutnow- 
found.webs.com or emailed to karing- 
kyl@AOL.com. 

Also on facebook. Returning Memories 
to Tornado Victims, is a good place to 
post anything that has been found. 

It seems such a small thing to ask, one 
victim, a resident of Finer in northern 
Kentucky, is looking for the last photo¬ 
graph taken of her grandmother. 

“My grandma was sitting down, grey 
curly hair, and 1 was next to her in a blue 


prom dress with my hair curled.” 

There’s also a photograph of a slum¬ 
bering baby posted on the facebook page 
and several people have posted questions 
about any writing or dates. 

Sadly, the site manager says that it was 
thought the owner had been discovered, 
but it turned out not to be theirs. 

We don’t really appreciate the impor¬ 
tance of small items such as a photo of 
a grandmother or an infant until we no 
longer have them. 

You may think it’s unlikely that any 
items ended up in Harrison County. 
However, a wallet from Crittenden, Ky, 
was found in Batavia, Ohio. 

So, before you run over that scrap of 
paper in the yard with the lawn mower, 
take a look at it. 

Also, 1 know there have been numerous 
groups that have made trips to the tor¬ 
nado-ravaged areas to deliver supplies. 

If anyone has photographs from those 
trips, we would be happy to share those 
with our readers. Contact me via email 
at bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com or 
give me a call at 234-1035. 



Picture Puns 


By Harold Barnett 




Scrambled answer: OLSOT GENOPI 


Unscrambled answer is on page 12 



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from left to right is Charles, Stella, Hickman, Molly, Alnora, Charles Albert, Laura and Lewis. 


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Legislators want to make state 
a safer place for all ages 


FRANKFORT - As the 
General Assembly enters 
the final stretch of the 
2012 Regular Session, 
the Kentucky House of 
Representatives is near¬ 
ing the end of putting for¬ 
ward its major priorities 
before it turns its focus to 
Senate legislation. 

Last week, several high- 
profile House bills made 
it through our chamber, 
with two of the bigger 
ones targeting abuse and 
neglect cases. 

The first of those 
would create an adult- 
abuse registry, which 
would contain the names 
of those convicted of 
harming our elderly. 

This database would 
make sure that such 
places as nursing homes 
never hire these people 
to take care of our loved 
ones. The House includes 
funding in its proposed 
budget to get this up and 
running quickly. 

The other bill, mean¬ 
while, would call for an 
independent review of 
our child protection sys¬ 
tem. In light of several 
tragic deaths of children 
in recent months caused 
by abuse, we believe it’s 
important to see if the 
state can do more to keep 
this from happening 
again. 

On Tuesday last week, 



Tom 

McKee 

state Rep. 


the House voted for 
another bill with safety 
in mind. In this case, we 
propose broadening the 
definition of synthetic 
drugs, which would make 
it harder for the criminals 
to come up with new vari¬ 
ations of these poisons 
and evade the law. This 
bill also calls for cracking 
down on those stores that 
sell them. 

In other action last 
week, the House passed a 
bill that would help our 
businesses avoid a poten¬ 
tially large penalty tied to 
unemployment insurance. 
This would build on our 
work two years ago, when 
business and labor groups 
came together in support 
of a plan to pay off the 
nearly $1 billion that the 
unemployment insurance 
fund had to borrow from 
the federal government 
to pay for the increase 
in benefits tied to the 
nation’s recession. 

The current legisla¬ 
tion would come up with 


a plan to pay for the 
interest on that loan. If 
nothing is put in place, 
businesses could lose 
a crucial federal tax 
credit, which would cost 
them up to $600 million. 
Understandably, we can¬ 
not afford to let that hap¬ 
pen. 

With jobs in mind, 
we received a measure 
of good news earlier 
this month when it was 
reported that our unem¬ 
ployment rate had 
dropped to the lowest 
level seen in three years. 
That news, coupled with 
the fact that state rev¬ 
enues are coming in at a 
higher rate than forecast, 
indicate that our economy 
is starting to see reliably 
steady growth. 

Further proof can be 
seen in our Road Fund, 
which is doing remark¬ 
ably well. That is making 
it much easier for us to 
keep improvements of 
our highways and bridges 
on schedule with the Six 
Year Road Plan. The 
House approved its ver¬ 
sion on Friday, and if it 
becomes law, there are 
several projects in our 
community that would 
benefit. I’ll discuss those 
further once they are 
finalized later this month. 

In agricultural matters, 
tobacco farmers should 


be pleased to hear that the 
House has again ratified 
the Tobacco Task Force, 
which I have served on 
throughout my time as a 
legislator. Though this 
committee does not deal 
directly with bills, it plays 
a vital role in educating 
legislators on what is hap¬ 
pening with this crop and 
how the state can help it 
succeed. 

We now have less 
than two weeks remain¬ 
ing before the General 
Assembly effectively 
wraps up its work. If all 
goes as scheduled, all bills 
supported by the House 
and Senate, including 
the budget, will be on 
Governor Beshear’s desk 
by the end of the month. 
After a brief veto recess, 
my colleagues and I will 
return to the Capitol in 
mid-April to consider any 
bills the governor might 
have rejected. 

I truly appreciate those 
who have contacted me 
this legislative session. If 
you haven’t but would like 
to, my address is Room 
332B, Capitol Annex, 

702 Capitol Avenue, 
Frankfort, KY 40601. 

You can also leave a 
message for me or for any 
legislator at 800-372-7181. 
For those with a hearing 
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THEME: PRIMETIME TV 


ACROSS 

1. *Usually second half of “Law & Order” 
6. Nada 
9. Do, re or mi 

13. All plants and animals 

14. Dental group 

15. _of Honor 

16. On the move 

17. Scottish hero Rob 

18. Egg-shaped object 

19. *What survivors and losers have 

in common 

21. Often considered wise 

23. Makes feathers stick 

24. “The_of Life,” movie 

25. Pipe material 
28. Forbidden 

30. Crushed grain of various cereals 
35. *What “CSI” does on CBS 
on Wed. nights 
37. Original Cohiba producer 

39. It’s delayed in summer 

40. Christmas season 

41. *ln search of an apprentice 

43. Italian money 

44. Remote in manner 

46. Attorney’s bargain 

47. Disparaging remark 

48. Praying insect 
50. Not in favor of 

52. Printing unit, pi. 

53. Scoff 

55. *They know drama? 

57. *What Aguilera judges 
59. *One show has 60 of these 
63. Laughing predator 
65. *Everybody used to love this actor 

67. Visual or picture 

68. Related to oats 

69. Overnight lodging 

70. Water wheel 

71. “Odyssey,” e.g. 

72. Approximated landing time 

73. *He was the dad in “Family Ties” 


DOWN 

1. Type of ski lift 

2. “_and shine!” 

3. Tiny amount 

4. Like Tower of Pisa 

5. Cowboy’s rope catcher 

6. “Not a” or “never a” 

7. *Bachelor’s last words? 

8. Extra shirt, e.g. 

9. *Actress Campbell, formerly 

of “Party of Five” 

10. Smell 

11. Mai_ 

12. Old age, archaic 
15. *Like the Pritchetts 
20. Parcel of land 

22. Drumstick 

24. Shaped like a tube 

25. *Flight’s glory days 

26. Oscar nominee_Davis 

27. Famous king of Thebes 
29. Stomach reflex 

31. Rembrandt’s medium 

32. Nimble 

33. Monotonous hum 

34. *They salsa and rumba 
36. One-armed bandit 

38. Prayer’s end 
42. Singer LaBelle 
45. Fiji native 
49. Part of a min. 

51. The 9th in baseball, e.g. 

54. Fear-inspiring 

56. Cancer symptom 

57. Obama’s right 

58. Singles 

59. Asian starling 

60. Tropical edible root 

61. Knight’s chest plate 

62. Neptune’s domains 

63. Gardening tool 

64. High-pitched bark 
66. Marching insect 


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Harrison will 
join ASPCA 
event March 
31 -April 1 

Scott County Humane 
Society is one of 54 ani¬ 
mal rescue organizations 
in the country and the 
only group in Kentucky 
to receive grant funding 
to partner with and par¬ 
ticipate in the inaugural 
ASPCA® Mega Match-a- 
thon national pet adop¬ 
tion event on March 31 
and April 1. 

The humane society 
will host its “Love and 
Life Adopt-a-thon”, as 
part of the nation-wide 
ASPCA® event, at Garth 
Elementary School in 
Georgetown on the cor¬ 
ner of S. Broadway and 
Jackson. 

SCHS will be joined by 
18 other animal welfare 
and adoption groups 
in this special adop¬ 
tion event. The Humane 
Society of Harrison 
County will be one of the 
groups participating. 

The event will be 10 
a.m. to 6 p.m. March 31 
and noon to 6 p.m. April 
1. On Friday the humane 
society will host a Happy 
Tail Parade 6 p.m. on 
Main Street to kick off 
the adoption weekend. 

“In cooperation with 
other animal welfare and 
rescue organizations who 
will be at this event, our 
goal is to find forever 
homes for 150 cats and 
dogs that weekend,” said 
Julia Meister-Musgrave, 
SCHS development spe¬ 
cialist, and Mega Match- 
a-thon chairwoman. “We 
are excited to represent 
Kentucky in this event 
and to spotlight the city 
of Georgetown.” 

Ed Sayres, ASPCA® 
president and chief 
executive officer, said he 
hoped the cooperation 
between animal welfare 
groups would translate to 
plenty of adoptions. 

“We hope the grant 
funding will help these 
rescue organizations - in 
collaboration with other 
groups in their com¬ 
munity - save a record 
number of lives during 
the ASPCA®’s Mega 
Match-a-thon event,” 
said ASPCA® President 
& CEO Ed Sayres. “If we 
all work together, we can 
find loving homes for the 
many homeless animals 
in shelters across the 
country.” 

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call Meister-Musgrave 
at (502) 863-3279 or visit 
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6 The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 


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Obituaries 


James Rennick Bowies, 42 

James Rennick Bowles, 42, died Friday, March 16,2012 
at UK-Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington. 

He was the son of Donald and Betty Gaunce Bowles 
of Cynthiana. 

Services will be Tuesday, March 20 at 1 p.m. at 
Mathers-Gaunce Funeral Home with burial in the 
Carlisle Cemetery. 

Dan P. Hedges, 67 

Dan P. Hedges, 67, of Mt. Olivet, Ky, died Wednesday, 
March 14, 2012 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington, 
Ky 

Survivors include: his wife, Peggy Hale; and two 
daughters, Susan Fish of Waverly Ohio, and Becky 
Schalch of Mt. Olivet. 

He was preceded in death by his parents, Melbourne 
and Imogene. 

A memorial was held Monday, March 19 at the 
Robertson County Funeral Home with Bro. Dee Whitaker 
officiating. There was no graveside service. 


Catherine Allison Hollar, 97 

Catherine Allison Hollar, 97, widow of Hisel R. Hollar, 
died Thursday, March 15, 2012 at Johnson-Mathers 
Nursing Home. 

She was born Feb. 9, 1915 in Nicholas County to 
the late Charles and Addie Green Allison. She was a 
retired employee of Allison’s Catering and a member of 
Saltwell United Methodist Church. 

Survivors include: two sons, Joe Allen (Carmie) Hollar, 
Millersburg, Rudy (Kanna) Hollar, Flemingsburg; a 
daughter, Brenda Ann Hunt, Cynthiana; three grand¬ 
children, Tony Hunt, Bridgett Hunt and Bradley Hollar; 
four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and neph¬ 
ews. 

She was preceded in death by a granddaughter, 
Carolyn Denise Hollar, three brothers, Charles “Herb”, 
Bill and Lovell “Peanuts” Allison, and three sisters. 
Fern Alexander, Clara Curd and Margaret Kiser. 

Graveside services were held Monday, March 19 in 
the Saltwell Cemetery by Bro. James Gaunce. Mathers- 
Gaunce Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 

Pallbearers were: Dennis Allison, Billy “Hammer” 
Allison, Bradley Hollar, Gary Hollar, Layne Hollar and 


Tony Hunt. 

Memorial contributions may be made to Saltwell 
United Methodist Church. 

Carley Nicole Yazell, Infant 

Carley Nicole Yazell, quadruplet daughter of Glen Jr. 
and Ashley Yazell of Cynthiana, died Monday, March 
19, 2012 at the University of Kentucky Medical Center 
in Lexington. 

Survivors include: two brothers, Glen Ray “Trace” 
Yazell III and Charles Leonard Yazell; a sister, Tinley 
Thomas Yazell; paternal grandparents, Glen Sr. and 
Brenda Yazell, Cynthiana; maternal grandparents, 
Roger Wade and Paula Howard, both of Cynthiana; 
maternal great-grandparents, Don and Liz Wade 
and Betty Howard, all of Cynthiana; and maternal 
great great-grandparents, James and Mary Reffett, 
Cynthiana. 

Graveside services will be Friday, March 23 at 10 a.m. 
by Bro. Larry Jones at Pythian Grove Cemetery. Ware 
Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 

www.warefuneralhome.com. 


Academia 


FBLA receives awards at state conference 













K.- 







FBLA students competing were: front row, from left, Ally Barnett, Elizabeth Brooks, Gabrielle Richie, Quinne Moore, Samantha Adkins, 
Abbey Hehr, Whitney Gaunce, Mary Kate Davis, Julia Landsburg, and Kaitlyn Williams; back row, Brandon King, Josh Godman, Shawn 
Ravenscraft, Joe Thomas, Nelah Marsh, Kaitlyn Swinford, Erin Bradford, Shelby Lesak, Jacob Marsh, and Shalyn Barnes. 


On March 7 the Future Business Leaders of 
America (FBLA) 20 members from Harrison 
County ATC traveled to Northern Kentucky 
University to compete at the Region 4 FBLA 
Conference. Students competed in events, 
made new friends and attended the talent 
show. 

Local winners were: Gabrielle Richie, 
first in Business Law; Jacob Marsh, first in 
Economics; Josh Godman, first in Help Desk; 
Quinne Moore, Abbey Hehr, and Samantha 
Adkins first in Local Chapter Scrapbook; 
Erin Bradford, first in Public Speaking I; 
Shawn Ravenscraft, first in Ann Visnic 
Scholarship; Jacob Marsh second in American 
Enterprise Project; Kaitlyn Swinford, second 
in Hospitality Management; Abbey Hehr and 
Whitney Gaunce, second in Local Chapter 
Newsletter; Abbey Hehr, third in Community 
Service Project; Whitney Gaunce, third in 
Health Care Management; Samantha Adkins, 
third in Local Chapter Annual Business 
Report; Ally Barnett was a finalist in Job 
Interview. Abbey Hehr was also nominated 
for Region 4 Who’s Who in Kentucky FBLA. 

These winners will compete April 23-25 in 
Louisville at the State FBLA Conference. First 
and second place state winners will be eligi¬ 
ble to travel to San Antonio, Texas, to attend 
the National FBLA Conference. Advisers are 
Louise Jackson and Sean Murphy. 


WILLHOIT, YOUNG 

Cynthiana residents Sarah K. Willhoit and Kelsey A. 
Young have been named to the Fall 2011 Dean’s List at 
Berea College. A student is named to the Dean’s List 
who achieves a GPA of 3.2 or higher for a minimum 
course load equivalent to 16 semester hours. 

Berea College, located in Berea, Ky, is a non-denomi- 
national, comprehensive college that offers Bachelor’s 
degrees in 32 majors, including arts and sciences and 
select professional programs, as well as independent 
majors designed by students to mirror approved majors 
at other colleges. 


Honor Roll 


ST. EDWARD SCHOOL 

The St. Edward Catholic 
School Honor Roll for the 
third quarter includes: 

First Grade 
Rylee Spence. 

First Grade - A/B 
Avery Barnes, Kaitlin 
Barry, Olivia Barry, Karley 
Furnish. 


Cooper, Ian Boland. 

Fourth Grade 

Maria Furnish. 

Fourth Grade - A/B 

Lucy Barry, Eli Hargett, 
Payton Walker. 

Fourth Grade School Honors 

Noah Daily and Mynor 
Spence. 



Second Grade 

Rachel Rion. 

Second Grade - A/B 

Seaanna Skinner and 
Courtney Collins. 

Third Grade 

Victoria Gasser, Morgan 


Fifth Grade-A/B 

Kyle Barnes, Clay 
Furnish, John Taylor 
Schreiber. 

Fifth Grade School Honors 

Nicholas LaFleur. 


Photo by Ben Hyatt 

HARRISON COUNTY ACADEMIC TEAM. In its first of competing, the Harrison County 
Academic team had members place at regional and state. Pictured above are some of the 
members who placed. Front row left, Sarah Nichols, Beth Anne Mckenney, Brandon King, 
Cindy Rognstad; middle row, Alex Kinsey, Erin Bradford, Abby Besson, Hunter Henson, 
Valerie Chesnut; back row, Daniel Klapheke, Michael Fryman, Hunter Blanton, Harry Smith. 
The HCHS Academic team is coached by Josh Valentine and Ben Nichols 


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Reverend Antonio Q Stuckey, Pastor 
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Cell (859) 221-7101 Church (859) 235-0621 

You Don’t Have to Go to Hell 

Scripture: Luke 16: 19-26 
Date: Sunday, March 25, 2012 
Time: 11:00am 

Place: Saint James AME Church 

312 West Pleasant Street, Cynthiana, Kentucky 41031 

Preacher: Reverend Antonio Q. Stuckey 

To All People: 

I, Rev. Antonio Q. Stuckey, am by no means, “A Hell, Fire and Brimstone Preacher,” but 
on Sunday, March 25, 20121 will preach on Hell. Would a loving God really send people 
to Hell? What happens to a soul in Hell? What did Jesus say about Hell? Learn to truth 
before it is too late. 

If God had not intervened in my life, at the age of twelve, I would have went to Hell- 
(ANDI DID NOT CARE.) I had already experienced my own personal Hell. Feeling like 
your whole existence is a mistake can be like Hell. You are here for reason. Life is worth 
living. God has plans, purposes and promises for your life. He loves you. 

Everyone is welcome. Please make every effort to attend this worship service. 

Sincerely, 

Reverend Antonio Q. Stuckey 


The Mission of Saint James AME Church 

The mission of Saint James African Methodist Episcopal Church is to minister 
to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and environmental needs of 
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The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 7 


Scarred for life 


Church News 


All this past week I’ve 
been talking to people 
with scars for a series of 
stories that I wrote for the 
newspaper where I work. 

I got the idea from a 
photographer I heard on 
the radio, talking about a 
series of photos he had 
done of people’s scars. 

He said that every scar 
tells a story. 

When I was 9, I bent 
down to say “hi” to Sam 
Lang’s Basset hound and 
it jumped up and bit my 
face, tearing a hole from 
the right edge of my lip to 
my chin. 

You can barely see the 
scar all these years later, 
but it’s there. I’m not sure 
if that scar and the cir¬ 
cumstances of how I got 
it altered my life in any 
significant way other than 
I don’t stick my face near a 
strange dog’s mouth. Acne 
scars on my cheeks have 
affected me more, I think. 

But the photographer 
was right. Every scar tells 
a story, and last week I 
met with eight people who 
told me their stories and 
showed me their scars. 

The first woman I talk¬ 
ed with called her scars, 
about six in all, her “badg¬ 
es of courage,” the most 
prominent one being a 
rebuilt lip made from the 
skin and tissue from her 
inner forearm. She had lip 
cancer. 

As she told her story she 
used words like “grate¬ 
ful” and “thankful.” She 
praised God for his good¬ 
ness to her. Her scars 
remind her that, when we 
suffer, God is there with 
us, taking care of those 
who trust in him. 

Looking back, she can 
trace God’s grace to her 
at every step. No detail 
escaped his orchestration. 
He was right there with 
her, holding her hand, 
calming her fears. 

She said God doesn’t 
always take away the pain. 



Nancy 

Kennedy 


Columnist 


Grace Notes 


but he makes the pain 
bearable and then makes 
something beautiful from 
it. 

Another woman began 
her story with her scars 
from a car accident and 
ended with her emotional 
scars from a decade of 
domestic violence and a 
lifetime of being rejected 
by her mother. 

For much of her life she 
had felt “dirty, damaged 
and different,” she said. It 
wasn’t until someone told 
her about Jesus that her 
scars began to heal. 

She said when she 
brought her wounds to 
Jesus, his blood “washed 
them clean and made me 
whole.” 

One of the basic tenets 
of the Christian faith is 
that Jesus was “pierced 
for our transgressions, he 
was crushed for our iniq¬ 
uities; the punishment 
that brought us peace was 
upon him (at the Cross), 
and by his wounds we are 
healed.” (Isaiah 53:5). 

It’s the crux of the gos¬ 
pel. 

An old hymn starts, 
“Deep were his wounds, 
and red, on cruel Calvary, 
as on the cross he bled 
in bitter agony; but they 
whom sin has wounded 
sore, find healing in the 
wounds he bore.” 

Christ’s death not only 
took away the penalty of 
sin, but his sufferings — 
his beatings, the humilia¬ 
tion of people spitting at 
him and jeering, his being 
stripped naked in public 
and being abandoned by 


his friends — God some¬ 
how uses for our soul’s 
healing. 

It’s one of those hard-to- 
explain faith things that’s 
difficult to understand by 
trying to intellectualize 
it. It’s best understood by 
experience, by bringing 
your scarred and broken 
life to Jesus and standing 
amazed as he turns your 
ugliness to beauty. 

For the woman who had 
been beaten by a husband 
and rejected by her own 
mother, Jesus took her 
scars and gave her a min¬ 
istry to other broken and 
abused women (and to the 
men who abused them), 
telling them of the power 
of Christ’s scars to trans¬ 
form and heal theirs. 

Not only that, God gave 
her another husband, 
gentle, kind and caring, 
and in the year before her 
mother died she heard the 
words she had ached to 
hear: “I’m sorry. I love you. 
Please forgive me.” 

Some people have scars 
that never heal. They 
hold on to bitterness and 
regret, cursing the people 
or the circumstances that 
caused their scars. They 
relive their injuries, pick¬ 
ing at their scabs, taking 
perverse pleasure in keep¬ 
ing the pain alive. 

But for others, for those 
who trust that God cries 
when they cry and that 
it’s with tears he allows 
pain to alter their lives, 
their scars actually 
become their source of 
strength. 

Nancy Kennedy is the 
author of “Move Over, 
Victoria — I Know the 
Real Secret,” “Girl on a 
Swing,” and her latest 
book, “Lipstick Grace.” 
She can be reached at 352- 
564-2927, Monday through 
Thursday, or via email at 
nkennedy@chronicleon- 
line.com. 


BOYERS CHAPEL 

Boyers Chapel will be 
having a Sunrise service 
April 8 at 7 a.m. with 
breakfast to follow. 

Sunday school will begin 
at 10 a.m. There will be no 
11 a.m. service. 

Everyone is invited to 
attend. Trey Brennan is 
the pastor. 


CONNERSVILLE 

CHRISTIAN 

AWANA (a children’s 
program) will be held 
every Sunday from 5:45- 
7:15 p.m. for ages three 
years to sixth grade at 
Connersville Christian 
Church. All children are 
welcome. 


FIRST UNITED 
METHODIST 

Monday through Friday: 
7 a.m. worship in sanctu¬ 
ary; 7:30 a.m. breakfast 
in the Sidney Haviland 
room. 

Holy Week messages and 
music: 

Monday: Patrick Laney 
of Cynthiana Presbyterian; 
specialmusicby Cynthiana 
Presbyterian. 

Tuesday: Terry 

McDuffey of Lair UMC; 
special music by Larry 
Barnes. 

Wednesday: Jeromey 
Northcutt of Markus 
Baptist; special singing by 
Markus Baptist. 


Thursday: Merrill 

Mitchell of Unity 
Christian; special music 
by Ed and Iva Ewalt. 

Friday: Mike 

Coppersmith of First 
UMC; special singing by 
Steve Strawzell. 

Maundy Thursday: 7 
p.m., Covington District 
Superintendent Kevin 
Burney; special singing 
by Mike Coppersmith and 
Choir. 

Youth’s egg-hiding for 
the hunt on Saturday. 
Easter Egg hunt at the 
new property behind the 
church at 10 a.m. 

Easter Sunday services: 
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; 
morning worship - Live 
Building of the Cross 
Presentation at 10:50 a.m. 


will be two age groups: 
Preschool and grades K-5. 
Bring the children for this 
fun event. 


A free breakfast will be 
offered following an Easter 
morning sunrise service 
at 6:30 a.m. at Ruddles 
Mills Christian Church 
Pavilion, (in church if 
weather is inclement or too 
cold). Regularly scheduled 
Sunday morning services 
will also be held as fol¬ 
lows: Sunday school at 9:45 
a.m. and Sunday morning 
worship service at 11 a.m. 
Everyone welcome. 

The church is located 
at 3804 Ruddles Mills- 
Millersburg Rd., Paris, Ky. 


RUDDLES MILLS 
CHRISTIAN 

“The Passion Of The 
Christ” will be shown 
free to the public on Good 
Friday, April, 6 at Ruddles 
Mills Christian Church at 
6:30 p.m. Adults and chil¬ 
dren welcome. Another 
movie will be provided 
at the same time for chil¬ 
dren. 


ST. JAMES AME 

Cynthiana NA Group 
Hope for Tomorrow meets 
Tuesdays and Thursdays 
at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays 
at 6 p.m. at St. James AME 
Church, 312 W. Pleasant 
St. Annex. Speaker meet¬ 
ing last Thursday of each 
month. 

For more information 
or questions call Blaine at 
859-298-1171. 


Easter Egg Hunt 

An Easter egg hunt will 
be held at the Ruddles 
Mills Christian Church 
picnic shelter on Saturday, 
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Local women, business honored at 2011LV/BPW awards dinner 


On Oct. 21, Licking Valley Business and Professional 
Women’s Club held their annual awards dinner at First 
United Methodist Church banquet room to honor local 
women and a business for various awards. 

Those honored were, Business of the Year- Poindexter 
Lumber Co.; Woman of the Year- Pat Barnes; and Woman 
of Achievement- Martha Sullivan, officer at Harrison 
Memorial Hospital. 

Each of the awardees nominations were also submitted 
to the Kentucky State Federation level of Business and 
Professional Women (KY/FBPW). At the Kentucty State 
meeting in June 2012, a winner of each category will be 
announced and awarded at the awards luncheon. 

Additional honorees were: Michelle Barnett- Retail 
Clothing Entrepreneur of the Year (Especially 4 You); 
Candie Mitchell- Caterer of the Year (What’s Your 
Pleasure Catering); Jama Rose- Co-Owner of the Year 
(Harrison County Farm Bureau Insurance Co.); Harlene 
Welch- LVBPW Homemaker of the Year; Nancy Walker- 
Pharmacist of the Year (Eastside Pharmacy); and 
Marilyn Wash and Margaret Watson- Volunteers of the 
Year (Harrison County Food Pantry). 

Each field is important and every recipient receiving 
an award is most valuable and a leader in their own 
way. 

Key note speaker for the National Business Women’s 
Week Award Dinner was Chris Browning. Browning 
is the Women’s History instructor at Licking Valley 
Maysville Community College. 

At this annual event the Licking Valley Business and 
Professional Women look forward to honoring well 
deserved women throughout the community. 

The local LVBPW meets every second Wednesday of 
each month at Biancke’s Restaurant at noon. Everyone 
is welcome to attend the meetings and are invited to 
join the club. If you have any questions regarding the 
LVBPW (local) or the KYF/BPW (state) organization call 
Carla Harney at 859-235-0509. 

As the year draws near, the organization would like 
to thank the Berry, Cynthiana, Harrison County com¬ 
munity and State Rep. Tom McKee for supporting the 
LVBPW’s many projects. 




LVBPW Local and State, 
Business Professional Women 
Week honorees for 2011 was: 
Chris Browning-key note 
speaker, Women’s History 
instructor at Licking Valley 
Maysville Community College. 


Licking Valley BPW Local and State Professional Business Women Week honorees 
for 2011 were: from left, Carla Harney-LVBPW president, Martha Sullivan-Woman 
of Achievement, Bill Selin of Poindexter Lumber- Business Equity award; Margaret 
Watson and Marilyn Wash-co-volunteers of the year (food pantry); and Pat Barnes- 
Woman of the Year. 



LVBPW Local and State, Business Professional Women Week honorees for 2011 
were: from left, Harlene Helch-LVBPW Homemaker of the Year; Carla Harney- 
LVBPW president; Nancy Walker-Pharmacist of the Year; Candie Mitchell-Caterer 
of the Year. Absent from photo were Michelle Barnett, and Jama Rose-co-owner, 
Harrison County Farm Bureau insurance. 


Marriage 

License 


Kelsey Kay Yazell, 19, and 
Travis Cameron Philpot, 20, 
married Dec. 31,2011. 

Ann Louise Frederick, 38, 
and Steven Elliot Ward, 43, 
married Jan. 17, 2012. 

Anita Sue Baker, 55, and 
Billy Ray Lea, 53, married 
Feb. 24, 2012. 

Regina Grace Riley, 34, 
and Roger Dale Fryman Jr., 
42, married March 3, 2012. 

Rachel Michelle Thompson, 
38, and Matthew Ray Collins, 
23, married March 9, 2012. 


Terhune to 
host April 
meeting 


The March 5 meeting of 
Preceptor Omega Chapter 
of Beta Sigma Phi was held 
at the home of Linda Root. 
Patsy Barnett, president, 
called the meeting to order. 

Judy Judy presented 
the program on the book, 
“The Help.” She compared 
the traditional colors of 
Beta Sigma Phi to various 
scenes and characters of 
the book. 

Social committee is plan¬ 
ning a Keeneland Day the 
last of April. 

Officers for the coming 
year were elected. They 
are: Pat Terhune-president, 
Bonnie Teater-vice presi¬ 
dent, Judy Judy-recording 
secretary, Barbara 
Snopek-treasurer, Linda 
Root-corresponding sec¬ 
retary, and Patsy Barnett- 
Extension officer. 

Terhune will be the host¬ 
ess for the April meeting. 



Hehr resigns as DAR Registrar, 


ASHTON R. MOORE AND CHRISTOPHER R. WATTS 


Moore-Watts plan 
May 12 wedding 


Ashton Rae Moore of Cynthiana, daughter of Todd 
and Angela Moore, and Christopher Ryan Watts of 
Cynthiana, son of Jimmy and Janice Watts, announce 
their engagement and forthcoming marriage. 

They are both 2009 graduates of Harrison County 
High School. 

The wedding will take place May 12, 2012 at 4 p.m. at 
Claysville Christian Church. A reception will be held at 
the Cynthiana Elks Lodge. 

All family and friends are invited to attend. 


MUSEUM MUSINGS 


Cynthiana News, Feb, 25, 1869 - “Mr. R. Boothroyal 
and B. F. Utley have taken over the Cynthiana Woolen 
Mills and propose to commence operations about April 
1. They are practical men and are repairing their 
machinery at this time and making ready to start. 
They feel certain they can give satisfaction.” 

Log Cabin, Oct, 27, 1916 - “The ordinance requir¬ 
ing a $50 license on all fresh meat retailers in the city 
was brought up but it passed away quietly when no 
one would second Commissioner Hatterick’s motion 
to place the measure upon its passage. This ordinance 
was fought by the grocers of the city who are accus¬ 
tomed to sell fresh meat in the winter season and who 
claimed that this fee would prove in excess of the 
profit on the small amount of fresh meat they sell each 
year.” 

^ Cynthiana Democrat, April 25, 1974 - “This letter 
was received by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lang of Mill 
Creek Road. The Lang’s home and possessions were 
scattered to the winds during the April 3 tornado. 
The letter . . . ‘Dear Sir, while mushroom hunting in 
a woods, my son ran into a check, written by you on 
July 5, 1941. It was made out to A.N. Juett for $1. The 
bank was the Harrison Deposit Bank and Trust Co. 
in Cynthiana. I was just wondering if your town was 
hit recently by a tornado. We live three miles out of 
Hillsboro, Ohio. Just curious. Mrs. John Ferrell, Route 
6, Hillsboro. PS. I’d appreciate hearing.” 

* William Wordsworth - “I wandered lonely as a 
cloud that floats on high o’er vales and hills, when all 
at once I saw a crowd, A host of golden daffodils.” 

For years, what a pleasure it always was to see 
the host of golden daffodils in front of the stately 
Griffith place. Now that’s a sad story. For happy stories 
and memories visit the Cynthiana-Harrison County 
Museum on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 
p.m. 


Living News due within 
6 months after event 

The Cynthiana Democrat is pleased 
to assist newlyweds, new parents or 
those celebrating anniversaries on 
the Living Page and are published at 
no cost, however, these articles must 
be submitted for publishing within 6 
months of the event. Articles which 
do not meet the deadlines will be 
referred to the advertising depart¬ 
ment. We do accept photos. We reserve 
the right to edit all copy for style and 
brevity. 


Cynthiana Chapter to meet 


May 12 at public library 


The Cynthiana Chapter of the DAR met 
at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public 
Library on March 10. Melinda Rawlings, 
Regent, called the meeting to order and 
welcomed guests and members. 

The DAR Ritual, Pledge of Allegiance 
and the American’s Creed were recited, 
followed by singing the Star Spangled 
Banner. 

Kim Brooks read the President General’s 
message and Rawlings read the National 
Defense message. Dixie Solomon read the 
Conservation Minute. 

Lexington will be acknowledging World 
War I and the Fall of Saigon in April. 
May is Military Appreciation month. 

Mildred Hehr resigned the office of 
Registrar. Jayne Newman has taken over 


those duties. 

The ‘Patriot Express’ will eventually go 
to the internet. 

Anyone interested in the Circle 
Friendship cruise contact the President 
General’s DAR website. 

NSDAR is in need of donations for sky¬ 
lights for the NSDAR Museum. Virginia 
McKenney will follow up and report back 
at the next meeting. 

Cindy Codell gave a presentation on 
‘Myth or Truth - Common Myths Heard 
in Museums.’ 

The next meeting of the Cynthiana 
Chapter will be May 12 at 2 p.m. at the 
Cynthiana-Harrison County Public 
Library Annex. 


Growing and cooking with Herbs 


By Cheryl Case, Co. ext. agent 

According to the Centers 
for Disease Control (CDD), 
Americans on average 
get over 3,400 milligrams 
of sodium a day with the 
majority coming from 
packaged, processed, store 
bought and restaurant 
foods. Sodium intake rec¬ 
ommendations, released in 
January 2011, say that ade¬ 
quate intake levels for nine 
to 50 year olds is only 1,500 
mg per day. What to do? 
Try adding herbs and spic¬ 
es to your foods. Not only 
do they help foods retain 
flavor but they also allow 
us to cut back on sodium/ 
salt. 

The Harrison County 
Extension Office will host 
a program on Growing 
and Cooking with Herbs. 
This program will feature 
how to grow an herb gar¬ 
den, how to make herbal 
vinegars, hints for using 
herbs and taste testing. 
Join us Tuesday, March 27 
at 1 p.m. at the Harrison 
County Extension Office. 
Jennifer Howard, Clark 
County Extension Agent 
for Family and Consumer 
Science will be the pro¬ 
gram presenter. There is 


no registration or cost. 

Whether people use them 
for health reasons or want 
to have their average meal 
taste a little special, herbs 
are increasing in popular¬ 
ity 

Herbs are generally easy 
to grow, and as a group, 
they have few pest or dis¬ 
ease problems. Many can 
be harvested and stored for 
use during the winter, and 
some may even tolerate 
the reduced light intensity 
indoors to provide a fresh 
source of flavor during the 
winter. Many herbs are 
annuals and complete their 
life cycle during one grow¬ 
ing season. Some are bien¬ 
nials and require two sea¬ 
sons of growth to mature. 
Depending on what part of 
the plant is desired, many 
biennial herbs can be use¬ 
ful for two years. Others are 
tender perennials and must 
be brought indoors when 
cold weather approaches. 
Perennial herbs are not 
only desirable for the culi¬ 
nary uses but can often be 
attractive additions to the 
landscape. 


vegetables or in soup. 

1 cup fresh basil leaves 

3 Tbs. pine nuts or walnuts 

3 Tbs. Parmesan Cheese 

2 or 3 cloves of garlic 

Puree in a food proces¬ 
sor, adding enough olive oil 
to make a smoother paste. 
Store in closed containers in 
the refrigerator or freeze. 


Pesto 

For pasta, rice, fish and 


Herb Cheese 

2- 8oz. packages of cream 
cheese 

1 pound cottage cheese 

2 c. heavy cream 

1 c. fresh herbs, chopped 
(use dill, chives, parsley; or 
basil and chives; or thyme. 
Chives and parsley - accord¬ 
ing to taste). 

Salt and pepper 

Fresh crushed pepper¬ 
corns 

Bread and cracker 

Combine cream cheese 
and cottage cheese in a large 
bowl and beat until smooth. 
Blend in cream. Line a col¬ 
ander with a double layer of 
cheesecloth. Pour in cheese 
mixture. Place in plate under¬ 
neath and allow to drain for 
at least 8 hours in the refrig¬ 
erator or other cool place. 
Mix in remaining ingredients 
and enjoy. 


Wav Back When 


10 YEARS AGO . . . 

Births announced this week are: Justin Michael 
Adams, March 5, son of Ronnie and Diana Adams; 
Mason Wesley Wickstrom, March 10, son of Jamie and 
Amber Wickstrom. 

Four inches of rain in the last six days has brought 
the South Fork of the Licking River over River Road. 
More rain is expected. 

Finishing touches were made on the front steps of the 
new Harrison County Justice Center. The deadline for 
the 26,000 sq. ft. center is June 21. 


$750,000. 

The Lilly Pad Antiques to open on US 62 N.E. in the 
village of Oddville. Pricilla Lilley Jones is the owner. 


25 YEARS AGO . . . 

Births announced this week are: Erin Lee Combs, 
March 10, daughter of Lawrence and Randi Combs. 

Groundbreaking ceremonies held for the construc¬ 
tion on the waterline, which will serve both city and 
county residents, and is underway. Contractors expect 
the project to be completed in September. Total cost of 
the project is estimated at $2.7 million. 

Groundbreaking for the Bridge Street Place, a new 
retail shopping center, to be held Saturday. The shop¬ 
ping center is expected to offer 10 stores. Owner of First 
Cynthiana, Inc., is Rob Selin. Selin is also the devel¬ 
oper of the project. Cost of the project is estimated at 


50 YEARS AGO . . . 

Births announced this week are: Michelle Maritz 
Porter, March 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Porter; 
Kimberly Renee Florence, March 10, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Larry Florence; Michele Lynn Pope, March 
9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pope; Rachel Lane 
Florence, March 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V D. 
Florence; Derek Alan Flora, March 15, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ben V Flora Jr.; Luther T. Cleveland Jr., March 14, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thomas Cleveland; Roland 
Charles Pitcher, March 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
Pitcher; a daughter was born March 14 to Mr. and Mrs. 
Willie H. Foster. 

Harrison County Volunteer Fire Department is 
now seeking volunteer firemen. The Cynthiana Fire 
Department has consented to train the volunteers of the 
County Department in fire-fighting techniques. 

Blue Grass Awning and Tarpaulin Co. will be opening 
here about April 1. The new business will be located at 
130 W. Pleasant St. Anything of canvas made to order 
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The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 9 


2012 East Bernstadt tornado relief 



Group photo the morning of the trip 


Moving what is ieft of a mobiie home 




Trees spiit and twisted in haif. 



Anything salvagabie was taken to the top of the road to be sorted through by the 
families. 


Members from four Harrison County 
churches made-up a 33-strong support 
group to help aid the tornado victims of 
East Bernstadt, Ky. 

March 2, 2012, will be a day that all 
inhabitants of Little Arthur Ridge Road 
remember. 

Whether it is the sound of high winds 
or the sight of what was left, the families 
that survived the deadly tornado that 
swept across the small town just five 
miles north of London, Ky, will surely live 
in fear of going through it again. 

The death toll currently stands at five 
for the victims of a EF-2 tornado. 



“After we heard the tornado had gone 
through, I drove up there the very next 
day to see what could be done to help,” 
said First United Methodist pastor Mike 
Coppersmith. 

Coppersmith said he wasted no time 
in organizing a group to drive to East 
Bernstadt and provide help to the fami¬ 
lies that had lost everything. 

“I sent out an email to all the churches 
asking anyone who wanted to go,” said 
Coppersmith. “I had no idea how many to 
expect.” 

Coppersmith said 33 members gathered 
in the parking lot on the morning of 

March 13, to make 
the drive to East 
Bernstadt. 


“We took about 500 canned goods with 
us and other supplies that we thought 
they would need,” said Coppersmith. “We 
had a really good team and we all seemed 
to work very well together.” 

The group of 33 worked all day clearing 
debris and gathering personal items of 
the families who were devastated by the 
tornado. 

Coppersmith said, “141 homes were de¬ 
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40 homes were damaged. What made us 
feel good though is when we left, you 
could tell that we made a difference.” 

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10 The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 


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The 22nd Battle of the Books competition was held Thursday, March 15. 
Northside Elementary took first place in the Intermediate level. Northside 
and Westside schools tied for first in the Primary level. 



EASTSIDE INTERMEDIATE. Eastside Elementary’s Intermediate participants in the Battle 
of the Books were: front row, from left, Wilson Duckworth, Tyler Hudgins, Kortney Harney; 
back row, John Best, Kimberly Barker, Michael Ann Stephens. 




EASTSIDE PRIMARY. Eastside Elementary’s Primary participants in the Battle of the Books 
were: front row, from left, Kara Hines, Mason Hedges, Lainey Vaughn; back row, Caden 
Maners, Ben Lemmings, Madalynn Jones. 



NORTHSIDE PRIMARY. Northside Elementary’s Primary participants in the Battle of the 
Books were: front row, from left, Cindy Barker, Riley Moses, Sera Laney; back row, Aron 
Debruler, Ryan Lawrence, Landon Bowlin. 


NORTHSIDE INTERMEDIATE. Northside Elementary’s Intermediate participants in the 
Battle of the Books were: front row, from left, Jaydy Torres, Bailey Northcutt, Miracle 
Switzer; back row, Gracie Turner, Sierra Eckler. Absent was CJ Maryea. 



SOUTHSIDE INTERMEDIATE. Southside Elementary’s Intermediate participants in the 
Battle of the Books were: front row, from left, Addison Moore, Jacqueline Smith, Emma 
McGee; back row, Grace Simpson, Melony Dunaway, Hannah Bevins. 



SOUTHSIDE PRIMARY. Southside Elementary’s Primary participants in the Battle of the 
Books were: front row, from left, Cameron Jones, Trent Fry, Jimmie Leigh Mclivain; back row, 
Cassidi Snapp, Dylan Ecklar, Morgynne Lunsford. 



WESTSIDE INTERMEDIATE. Westside Elementary’s Intermediate participants in the Battle of the 
Books were: front row, from left, Erin Thomas, Lisa Morris, Katie Stonich; back row, Dylan Etienne, 
Jordan Jenkins, Colton Sosbe. 



WESTSIDE PRIMARY. Westside Elementary’s Primary participants in the Battle of 
the Books were: front row, from left, Demi Lemons, Alura Schaum, Kaitlynn Furnish; 
back row, Katie Coghill, Alana Edwards, Jaelyn Terhune. 


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The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 1 1 


Farming 


Potatoes ready 
for the garden 

It’s time to start it all 


over again, thank good¬ 
ness! 

I had to buy some pota¬ 
toes from the grocery a 
few weeks back because 
we had finally finished 
all that were stored in the 
basement. 

Home grown potatoes, 
even the old ones in their 
slightly shriveled state, 
are far superior than the 
kind that come in a plastic 
bag. 

I am really ready to get 
my hands in the soil and 
planting potatoes is just 
the thing to get the season 
rolling. 

First thing first: While 
I always shoot for a mid- 
March planting of select¬ 
ed seed potatoes, we must 
consider the condition of 
the soil. 

Don’t start digging if the 
soil is too wet. Be patient 
and only work once the 
soil is friable. 

Select potato varieties 
that compliment the way 
you cook. The most versa¬ 
tile varieties include favor¬ 
ites like Yukon Gold and 
Red Cloud. Both are great 
harvested early as “new” 
potatoes or harvested late 
for storage. 

If you have a history of 
pest problems in the potato 
patch then Island Sunshine 
and Prince Hairy prove 
most resistant; Elba and 
Butte are good mashed or 
baked; Caribe and Carola 
are best roasted or fried; 
and the fingerling pota¬ 
toes are ideal for roasting 
whole. 

This year I’ve selected 
a potato called Katahdin 
(yes, you can raise both 
Katahdin sheep and 
Katahdin potatoes) in 
honor of our flock of hair 
sheep. 

The potato is supposed 
to be great tasting and 
have long-storage if cured 
properly. 

It is best to purchase 
“certified disease-free” 
seed potatoes to cut down 
on the incidence of dis¬ 
ease year after year. 

Potatoes will grow in 
most soil types; however, 
working compost into the 
planting furrows is recom¬ 
mended to improve drain¬ 
age and provide additional 
nutrients. 

Composted manure 
will provide the fertilizer 
requirements through¬ 
out the growing season. 
During the growing sea¬ 
son, once the stems and 
foliage have emerged, you 
can provide additional 
nutrients to the plants by 
spraying liquid seaweed or 
fish emulsion. 

Research suggests that 
fish emulsion deters deer 


Jeneen 

Wiche 

Columnist 


grazing and some insect 
problems, as well. Potatoes 
are in the nightshade fam¬ 
ily and therefore poison¬ 
ous to many animals so 
browsing should not be too 
much of an issue; Colorado 
potato beetles are of more 
concern. 

Rotating your crop is 
essential for potatoes (and 
other vegetables in the 
nightshade family, like 
tomatoes) if you want to 
avoid pest problems. 

For most gardeners it is 
not too much to ask that 
they hand pick pests on a 
regular basis in order to 
protect their potato crop, 
but there are some biologi¬ 
cal controls that can help 
offset larger infestations 
of potato pests. 

Using floating row covers 
as an insect barrier early 
in season does a world of 
good in terms of protect¬ 
ing plants from Colorado 
potato beetles, leaf hop¬ 
pers and flea beetles. 

When you are ready to 
plant, cut the seed pota¬ 
toes into sections, making 
sure that each section has 
two or three healthy buds 
or “eyes.” 

These eyes become the 
roots and stems of the 
tuber. You can usually get 
four good pieces from each 
seed potato. On average 
five pounds of seed pota¬ 
to will plant out a 50-foot 
row. Plant your seed pota¬ 
toes in furrows, about 12 
inches apart and about 3-5 
inches deep, shallow for 
fast emergence deeper for 
less hilling duty. 

A long thin furrow 
makes it easier to harvest 
later in the summer. 

I would plant deeply this 
year because it was such a 
mild winter and the spring 
warm up has been brisk. 

We don’t need to overly 
rush things! 

A couple of weeks after 
the foliage has emerged, 
start hilling soil around 
the stem to protect the 
developing tubers. I 
always plant on the deep 
side so I don’t have to hill 
the plants as much. 

Once the seed potatoes 
are planted, mulch them 
to moderate soil moisture, 
control weeds and to fur¬ 
ther protect the developing 
tubers from sun exposure. 

See WICHE page 12 




EXTENSION LEADERSHIP EVENT. The 2012 Harrison County Extension Leadership Event Hall of Fame recipients were, 
front row from left, Betsy Clyde, Caroline VanHook, Billie Jean VanHook, Ann Witajewski, Bonnie Teater, Linda Haydon; back 
row, Sandy VanHook, John Embry VanHook, Ben VanHook, Bobby VanHook, John Schreiber, Carl Nunnelley, Mike Malone, 
Tim Teater, Wayne Clifford and Joe Haydon. 


Assistance available to communities and 
residents affected by recent tornadoes 


Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack 
announces comprehensive outreach 
efforts are underway to assess dam¬ 
age and assist rural Midwest and 
Southern communities in the wake 
of recent deadly storms. 

“These storms struck the very 
heart of rural America,” said 
Vilsack. “USDA regional and local 
staff members are on the front 
lines, have worked each day since 
the storms hit, and for many it’s 
personal: they live and work along¬ 
side the victims. I’ve directed our 
expertise and resources be put to 
the fullest possible use.” 

The incident is now predicted 
to be the first billion-dollar disas¬ 
ter of 2012. The National Oceanic 
and Atmospheric Administration’s 
current count of confirmed torna¬ 
does from the March 2 outbreak 
stands at 42, with damage report¬ 
ed in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, 
Kentucky, Mississippi, North 
Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, 
Tennessee, Virginia and West 
Virginia. 

After the disaster, the USDA 


Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) 
approved Kentucky’s request to 
allow the use of Supplemental 
Nutrition Assistance Program 
(SNAP) benefits to purchase hot 
food items from authorized SNAP 
retailers in all Kentucky counties 
that have received or will receive 
a Presidential Disaster Declaration 
that includes individual assistance. 
FNS approved disaster-related waiv¬ 
er requests to extend the timeframe 
for SNAP households to report 
food loss for affected counties in 
Kentucky. 

The Farm Service Agency (FSA) 
reminds producers in storm dam¬ 
aged areas to document any losses 
or damage to their farm or their land 
in the event that funding becomes 
available which covers that loss. 

FSA also provides funds through 
the Emergency Loan Program (EM) 
to help producers recover from pro¬ 
duction and physical losses due 
to natural disasters. Producers in 
these counties will be eligible for 
these loans if the county is declared 
a Presidential or Secretarial disas¬ 


ter county. Emergency loan funds 
may be used to restore or replace 
essential property; pay all or part 
of production costs associated with 
the disaster year; pay essential fam¬ 
ily living expenses; reorganize the 
farming operation; and refinance 
certain debts. 

The FSA Emergency Conservation 
Program (ECP) provides emergency 
funding and technical assistance 
for farmers and ranchers to reha¬ 
bilitate farmland damaged by natu¬ 
ral disasters and for carrying out 
emergency water conservation mea¬ 
sures in periods of severe drought. 
Subject to the availability of fund¬ 
ing, ECP can be used to assist with 
debris removal, fence repair and 
replacement, and repairing dam¬ 
aged farmland. 

Producers affected by the disaster 
should contact the FSA office at 103 
Rodgers Park Dr., 234-8626, as soon 
as possible to report their losses 
and damage. Photographs should be 
taken of any damage, if work must 
be completed prior to reporting loss 
or damage to the FSA office. 



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12 The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 


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Minority producers invited to join USDA farm register 


The U.S. Department of 
Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm 
Service Agency (FSA) invites 
minority farmers and ranchers 
in Harrison County and across 
the nation to voluntarily join the 
USDA Minority Farm Register to 
receive information and opportu¬ 
nities from USDA agencies. 

“The new Minority Farm 
Register is an outreach tool to 
reach underserved farmers and 
ranchers who are not currently 
enrolled in USDA loan, farm or 
conservation programs,” said 
Janelle Gardner, Harrison County 
FSA county executive director. 
“The Register is a shared out¬ 
reach list that will help USDA, 


community-based organizations 
and minority-serving educational 
institutions to communicate with 
minority farmers and ranchers.” 

By joining the Register, minor¬ 
ity producers may receive out¬ 
reach materials, newsletters, and 
program announcements from 
USDA agencies. They may also 
receive information and assis¬ 
tance from other USDA-approved 
outreach partners, such as com¬ 
munity-based organizations, 
faith-based organizations, and 
minority-serving educational 
institutions. USDA will carefully 
control access to and use of the 
Register. 

Individuals wishing to join the 


Register must sign and date a 
form that provides their name 
and address. Providing phone 
numbers, e-mail address, race, 
ethnicity, gender and farm or 
ranch location will be voluntary, 
although the additional infor¬ 
mation increases the producer’s 
opportunities for receiving time¬ 
ly assistance. 

The Register pamphlet with 
the registration form is avail¬ 
able at the Harrison County 
USDA Service Center or from 
approved USDA outreach part¬ 
ners. Completed forms may be 
mailed to: USDA Minority Farm 
Register, USDA Stop Code 0503, 
1400 Independence Ave., SW, 


Washington, DC 20250. FSA and 
USDA’s Office of Advocacy and 
Outreach are jointly adminis¬ 
tering the Register. Registration 
forms are available in Spanish 
(AD-2035SP) and English (AD- 
2035) on the FSA web site (www. 
fsa.usda.gov) under “Forms.” 

An individual may remove his 
or her name from the Register 
by writing to the Minority Farm 
Register, USDA Stop Code 0503, 
1400 Independence Ave., SW, 
Washington, DC 20250. 

For more information, please 
contact the Farm Service Agency 
at 1-866-538-2610; Fax, 1-866-302- 
1760; or E-mail: MSDA@USDA. 
gov). 


USDA warns of 
fraudulent letters 


USDA officials learned 
that fraudulent letters are 
being sent by FAX to indi¬ 
viduals and businesses in 
at least four states. The 
letters purportedly come 
from a USDA procurement 
officer and seek personal 
information. These letters 
are false and in no case 
should a recipient respond 
with personal and finan¬ 
cial information. 


The fraudulent letters 
bear USDA’s logo and 
seal and are signed by 
an individual identified 
as “Frank Rutenberg” 
using a title of “Senior 
Procurement Officer”. 
Letters have been received 
by FAX in Alabama, 
Nebraska, Pennsylvania 
and Wisconsin, but may 
have also been sent to other 
states. Recipients should 


not respond and should 
not supply the requested 
information. USDA is 
investigating this matter 
through the Office of the 
Inspector General. 

If you suspect you have 
received such a letter or 
have questions contact 
USDA at procurement.pol- 
icy@dm.usda.gov or call 
202-720-9448. 


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From WICHE page 11 

If the tubers are exposed 
to direct sunlight they 
turn green and take on a 
slight toxicity (they won’t 
kill you, though!) 

You can harvest small 
potatoes (called “new” 
potatoes) after the plants 
have finished blooming in 
the summer, but for larger 
potatoes suitable for stor¬ 
age, allow plants to reach 
maturity. 

Harvest potatoes for 
storage about three weeks 
after the tops of the plants 
have completely died 
back. 

Rub off excess dirt and 
cure your potatoes in a ven¬ 
tilated and shaded (don’t 
leave them in the sun) 
area for a couple of weeks 
before storing indoors (for 
successful, long storage 
you must allow the tops to 
die back and you must air 
cure them). 

Rinse any excess dirt 
from the potato prior to 
storage to prevent desic¬ 
cation and do not store in 
the refrigerator. 


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Sports 

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Section B - Thursday, March 22, 2012 




Photo courtesy of Donald Richie/Richie Photography 

Senior Lucy Boyers grabs a quick out at first Tuesday at Shirley Field. The 2012 fastpitch season 
began on the Hilltop with the Fillies hosting Bryan Station. 


Mike’s Minute 


NCAA working down to select few 


Breds rout Garrard 
Co. 10-5, E. Jessamine 
11-0 to begin season 


Mike 
Aldridge 

Sports Writer 

my college team so as to have mas¬ 
sive peaks and valleys whenever 
my team wins or loses. Don’t get me 
wrong now, I am happy when my 


Hoosiers win, but not so much as to 
ask the losing team’s fan “How did 
you like that game?” 

Let me tell you that when some¬ 
one’s team loses, even if they have 
just a passing interest, they didn’t 
like the game, so don’t ask. 

When I was younger I didn’t have 
“the sun will come up the next day” 
attitude and, in fact, was pretty sure 
it might not on some occasions. 

Ironically, one of those occasions 
was in 1966 when Rupp’s Runts lost 
to Texas Western in the NCAA final 

See COLUMN page B2 












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Harrison County track teams begin season 


with a win for the boys, fifth for Fillies 


Photo courtesy of Danny Simpson 

Nick Slucher, along with Joe Thomas (not pictured), were third 
and fourth in the 800M run at Saturday’s competition in the 
Woodford County All Comers Meet. 


By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer 

The Woodford County 
All Comers Meet last 
Saturday was the earli¬ 
est meet Fillies Track 
Coach Danny Simpson 
can remember competing 
in for as long as he has 
been coaching at Harrison 
County The results for 
the early entry were good 
to very good for the two 
squads as the Fillies were 
fifth of 11 teams and 
the Thorobreds won the 
12-team boys’ competi¬ 
tion. 

Coach Robert Walker 
was high on his team’s 
performance especially 
considering the points the 
new track athletes scored 
and the work his whole 
group put forth. 

“The heart shown by 
the new competitors as 
well as the veterans was 
very impressive,” noted 
Walker. “I felt like every¬ 
one gave 110 percent effort 
Saturday.” 


The meet featured some 
stiff competition with 
Bryan Station, Dunbar, 
Franklin County and 
other regional teams who 
are highly regarded. 

Campbell Hall was the 
only individual winner as 
he raced the 400M dash 
in :52.80 to edge fellow 
Harrison County senior 
Brandon Clarke for first 
place. Clarke was second 
in :53.11. 

The Thorobreds took 
three second place finish¬ 
es in the field events and 
two others in the relays to 
score big points. 

Sophomore Mason 
Ritchie was second in the 
high jump with a leap of 5 
feet, 8 inches, junior Elijah 
Gross was second in his 
specialty, the triple jump, 
and senior Mike Jones 
was second in the shot put 
with a toss of 42 feet, 4y2 
inches. 

This was Jones’ first 
competitive track meet. 


The 1600M relay of Hall, 
Clarke, Nick Slucher and 
Jacob Marsh was second 
in 3:37.88 and the 3200M 
relay of Joe Thomas, 
Grant Carr, Tyler Martin 
and Joey Faulconer was 
second as well running the 
race in 8:35.17. 

Thomas and Slucher 
were third and fourth 
in the 800M run, Daniel 
Klapheke was third in 
both the llOM hurdles and 
the 300M hurdles, and the 
400M relay team of Derick 
Hurst, Joe Korona, DeShon 
Talbott and Jeffrey Hunter 
was also third in their 
event. 

Several other individu¬ 
als and relay teams scored 
fourth, fifth and sixth to 
round out the scoring and 
give the Breds the one 
point win over Dunbar 121 
to 120. Boyle County was 
third with 103. 

The Thorobreds were 
hampered in the speed 
events with both Matt 


Carter and Ben Anness 
not able to compete. 

“Even though we won, 
we have a long way to go 
before the seasons over,” 
added Walker. 

The Fillies were able to 
grab one second and three 
third place finishes plac¬ 
ing them in scoring for 
the day. 

Freshman Hannah 
Thomas placed second in 
the 400M dash in 1:05.37 
and sophomore Haley 
Carr was third in the llOM 
hurdles in :17.73 to pace 
the individual Fillies. 

The 800M relay of 
Jessica Alas, Carr, Caylin 
Mattox and Kinsey Lesak, 
and the 1600M relay team 
of Thomas, Carr, Alas and 
Lesak were each third in 
their respective races. 

Mattox took fourth in 
the llOM hurdles while 
freshman Mia Lail was 
fifth. 

The Fillies struggled a 

See TRACK page B3 


By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer 

Harrison County began the base¬ 
ball season on the road Saturday 
and came home with a 10-5 win 
over Garrard County. 

The Thorobreds’ bats rocked the 
Lions’ pitching for 11 hits, includ¬ 
ing four home runs scored in the 
first five innings to cage the Lions. 

Starting Thorobreds’ pitch¬ 
er Jordan Martin began the hit 
parade with a two-run home run 
in the top of the first, scoring Zach 
Royce who had walked ahead of 
him. 

Garrard County retaliated in the 
bottom of the first touching up 
Martin for three runs as Ronnie 
Saylor hit a three-run homer off 
Martin. 

Harrison County took the lead 
for good in the top of the second as, 
with two outs, senior Justin Nutter 
homered and following a hit bats¬ 
man shortstop Xavier Carter fol¬ 
lowed suit giving the Breds a 5-3 
lead. 

Martin settled into the game sit¬ 
ting down the next six Garrard 
County batters in order while 
Harrison County added another 
run in the third and two more in 
the fourth to make the score 8-3. 

Jared Meadows opened the bot¬ 
tom of the fourth with a solo home 
run and, after a ground out to short, 
got the first out of the inning. 
Coach Mac Whitaker brought in 
Carter, Brandon Kendall, Royce, 
Nutter and Mark Taylor to finish 
the game. 

The five hurlers allowed only two 
hits and one run over the remain¬ 
ing three and two thirds innings. 

The six Harrison County pitch¬ 
ers struck out 10 and walked two 
while giving up the four earned 


runs in the game. 

Nutter was three-for-four with 
two home runs and four RBI’s 
to lead the Thorobreds hitting 
attack. 

Carter and Royce each had two 
hits. 

The Harrison County junior var¬ 
sity dropped their opener 3-2 to the 
junior varsity Lions. 

On Tuesday night, the Harrison 
County junior varsity played host 
to the junior varsity from East 
Jessamine. 

Alex Kinsey started the game giv¬ 
ing up four runs in three innings 
and Jacob Honeycutt finished the 
game giving up five runs in the 
Thorobreds 9-6 loss. 

Kinsey had two hits in the game 
to lead the Breds six-hit attack. 

The varsity Thorobreds traveled 
to Nicholasville Tuesday night and 
defeated East Jessamine, 11-0, in 
seven innings. 

Junior Brandon Kendall pitched 
a four-hit shutout and the Breds 
had another big hitting night to 
declaw the Jaguars on their field. 

Doubles were the extra base hit 
of this game as the Breds gathered 
five two baggers with senior catch¬ 
er Hunter Hill hitting for two. Hill 
ended the evening with three hits 
and three RBI’s. 

The game was never close as the 
Breds scored twice in the top of the 
first on doubles by Kendall, Hill 
and Justin Nutter and again in the 
third on two more hits and an East 
Jessamine error. 

Then in the fourth, two more 
Jaguar errors and another Hill 
double led to three more and it was 
6-0 after four innings. 

See BREDS page B2 


Photo cour¬ 
tesy of Donald 
Richie/Richie 
Photography 

Taylor 
Landrum 
sends the 
ball back to 
safer terri¬ 
tory Tuesday 
against 
Clark Middle 
School. 


Only one short Sunday ago there 
were 68 teams with the big dream 
of cutting down the nets in New 
Orleans on April 2. 

Only 16 remain with many of 
the favorites being pushed aside by 
“much lesser” opposition. 

I for one did not shout with glee 
when Duke lost to Lehigh or when 
Missouri was bested by Norfolk 
State. It is good for the under dogs to 
win now and then to keep them full 
of hope at the possibility of that one 
shining moment, so it doesn’t upset 
me when it happens. 

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Bred s 

From BREDS page B1 

While Harrison County 
was doing this damage, 
Kendall had only given 
up one hit through four 
innings. 

Senior Paul Jones dou¬ 
bled and scored on another 
Jaguar miscue in the fifth 
inning while Kendall again 
set the home team down, 
though they did manage 
their second hit. 

Two more Thorobreds’ 
runs in both the sixth and 
seventh innings posted the 
final 11-0 verdict and sent 
the Breds home with a 2-0 
record. 

Nutter pitched the final 
inning for the Breds strik¬ 
ing out one and walking 
one. Kendall fanned eight 
batters while walking two. 

Jordan Martin was the 
only Thorobred other than 
Hill who had multiple hits 
for the game as the junior 
hit for two singles and 
scored three times. 

One note of concern 
for Coach Whitaker is the 
fact that Harrison County 
struck out nine times in 
the ball game. 

The Thorobreds varsity 
next visits Mason County 
on Thursday evening for 
a varsity/JV doublehead¬ 
er beginning at 5:15. The 
junior varsity was sched¬ 
uled to travel to Falmouth 
Wednesday to face the 
junior varsity Pendleton 
County Wildcats. 





Photos courtesy of Donald Richie/Richie Photography 

Above: Julian Wilson, right, tries to steal the ball away from 
his Clark Middle School opponent Tuesday at LeBus Field as 
middle school soccer games began for the 2012 season. At 
right: Cory Moore attempts to head the ball into the goal off 
a corner kick. 


Column _ 

From COLUMN page B1 


game. 

One of the Runts, Tommy Kron, was from Tell 
City and the whole town was viewing on televi¬ 
sion hoping that the native son’s team would be 
the champs. 

The final was actually on our prom night when 
I was a junior and my date and I left the prom 
and went to some friend’s house and watched 
the game instead of dancing at the prom. 

There were probably 10 couples in the house 
with a couple of sets of parents watching the 
game. 

How about that for a wild prom night? 

We didn’t have the after prom events that 
go on now, but we hardly needed them for this 
night. 

After Kentucky lost, it sort of took the wind 
out of our sails you might say and the evening 
was not as special as it may have been or should 
have been. 

Another such basketball event was when the 
Tell City Marksmen were defeated on a last-sec¬ 
ond shot by New Albany in the semi state when 
I was 10 years old. This was a crushing blow for 
a 10-year-old to have to endure as I was crazy 
about basketball and not a great loser. 

My point with all of this is simple. 

I was 17 and 10 years old when I thought the 
world might end if my team lost and that win¬ 
ning meant everything. There are many people 
today who go on about their teams’ chances to 
win the NCAA championship and who will react 
poorly if they win or lose. 

If one is a fan they should do as the players 
have learned to do and that is to win with class 
and lose with grace. 

The in-your-face brand of “look at what we 
did” is not good sportsmanship nor is it what 
sports should be all about. 

I remember what my dad said many times 
in like occasions as the ones we went through 
last week and what we will again beginning 
Thursday. That is that “the sun will come up 
tomorrow.” 

I know that I didn’t believe him then but now 
as I look back on those days he was right. I know 
he would be surprised to read this and see how 
far I’ve come. 





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ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

LIVING HOPE ASSEMBLY OF GOD - 859.235.HOPE, 
120 South Walnut Worship. Sunday 10:30 a.m. Rev. Tunya 
Adams, Senior Pastor, Samantha Stroub, Youth Pastor. 

CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD - 325 Webster Ave. 
Sunday morning service And Children’s Church 10:40 
a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday evening Service 
and youth group 6pm. Wednesday 7 p.m. Adult Bible 
study. Youth and Children’s Ministry. Transportation 
available. Call 234-4646www.calvaryshill.net 

BAPTIST CHURCHES 

AMMERMAN ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.234.6369, 
Ammerman Pike. Pastor: James T. Vance, Services: Sunday 
School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 
6:30 p.m. 

BEAVER BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.234.1140, 112 KY Hwy. 
3003, Pastor: Dean Moore, Church Services: Sunday School, 

10 a.m.; Church Services, 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 6 p.m. 

BERRY BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.356.2887, 306 Main 
Street, Berry, Ky., Pastor Carl Morton. Sunday School, 10 
a.m.. Morning Worship, 11 a.m., Sunday Evening, 6:00 p.m., 

CYNTHIANA BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.234.1575. East 
Pleasant Street. Services: (Sundays) Early Worship Service 
8:30; Sunday School 9:45, Late Worship Service 11:00. 

FAIRVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH - Kelat, Ky. Pastor: Bro. 
Keith Hemphill. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning 
Worship, 11 a.m. 

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.234.6327 or 859.234.1717, 
U.S. 27 South. Minister: John Chamberlain, Services: Sunday 
School, 10 a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m.. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. 

INDIAN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.234.6359, 
Millersburg Pike. Pastor: Tom Moore. Sunday School 
9:45, Sunday Worship Service 10:45, Sunday Evening Bible 
Study 6:00, 

IRVINGSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH - 3652 Morning Glory 
Road. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 

11 a.m.. Evening, 6 p.m. 

MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH - 8598.234.8373, 103 E. 
Pearl St. Pastor: Anthony Stedenson: Sun. School, 10 a.m.; 
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. 

MARCUS CROOKED CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.588- 
3619, 39 Jacks Branch, Berry, KY 41003. Minister Jeromey 
Northcutt. Morning worship at 11 a.m.; Sunday School at 10 
a.m.; Bible Study Sunday at 6 p.m. 

NAZARENE BAPTIST CHURCH - Route 1, Leesburg. 
Minister: Rev. Jerome Reed. Services: Every Sunday, Sunday 
School, 10:30 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11:45 a.m. 

NEW FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH - Dixon Road. Pastor 
Ronnie Angell, (859) 824-5894. Services: Sunday School 10 
a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship, 
5:30 p.m. 

OAKWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH - 401 Oakwood Ave. 
Pastor: Rev. James (Mike) K. Hays, 859.234.4078, church 
phone 859.234.3257. Services: Sunday School, 9:45; Morning 
Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Service Starts at 7 p.m. 

PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH ■ 859.234.9079, 
387 Pleasant Green Rd., Cynthiana. Services: Sunday 
School, 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m.; Evening 
Worship & Bible Study, 6 p.m. 


RENAKER BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.806.0947, 9231 Ky. 
Hwy. 36W, Cynthiana, KY 41031. Minister: David Swallom, 
Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; 
Mar.-Nov. Evening Services, 6:30 p.m; Dec.-Feb. Afternoon 
Services 1:30 

RIVERVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH - 8314 Durintown Rd., 
Berry, Ky. Pastor Jim Sears. Services: Sunday School, 10 
a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Sunday Evening Worship 
7:00 p.m. 

RICHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH - 1309 Richland Road, 
Pastor Richard Kendall. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; 
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; and Sunday Evening Bible 
Study, 6 p.m. 

SILAS BAPTIST CHURCH - 274 Silas Road. Pastor: Rev. 
Curtis Coots. Home: 502.863.5871, Cell: 859.333.4952. 
Sunday School, 10 a.m., Sunday Service, 11 a.m.. Youth 
Service, 5 p.m.. Evening Service, 6 p.m. 

UNION BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.263.4388. 64 Robinson- 
Union Rd. Pastor: Bro. Arnold Kiser. Jr. Services: Sunday 
School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 
6 p.m. 

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH - 859.508.0282.213 N. Locust 
Street, Cynthiana, Ky. Rev. Kurt Raglin. Sunday School 10 
a.m.. Morning Service 11 a.m. 

CATHOLIC CHURCHES 

SAINT EDWARD CATHOLIC CHURCH - 859.234.5444,107 
North Walnut St. Rev. Douglas Lauer, Masses: Saturday, Vigil 
5:30 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

ANTIOCH MILLS CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.1686. 
12758 U.S. Hwy 27N, Berry, Ky. 41003, Sr. Minister: Evan 
Meyer. Services: Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Children: 10:30 
a.m. Teens & Adults: Worship 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. 
Children’s Church: 10:30 a.m. 

BERRY CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.5197. Berry, Ky. 
41003, Randy Wilson, Minister, Services: Sunday School, 
10:00 a.m.; Worship, 11:00 a.m. 

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH - Corner of Second Street 
and Riggs Avenue. Minister: Barry Wethington. (859) 539- 
6985. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. (class for all ages). Morning 
Worship 10:30 a.m., Sunday Evening Worship Service 6:00 
p.m. 

CLAYSVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.5482, 124 
Augusta Dr., Cynthiana, KY 41031. Minister: Kevin Madison, 
Services: Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:30 
a.m.; Youth Group, 6:00 p.m. 

CONNERSVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.1040, 
2190 KY Hwy. 1842E. Minister-Warren French. Services: 
Family Fellowship 9:30 a.m.; Adult, Teen and Children’s 
Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning Worship including Children’s 
& Toddler Church 11 a.m.; Evening Worship and Children’s & 
Youth Programming 6 p.m. 

CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN CHURCH ■ 859.235.9980, 
104 Court St., Cynthiana. Senior Minister, Brandon Hadley. 
Worship service, 10 a.m. with children’s church and nursery. 

INDIAN CREEK CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.5223. 51 
Waits Rd. Cynthiana, KY 41031. Sr. Minister: Chad Broaddus. 
Worship services: Sunday 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m., Sunday 
School 9:45, Nursery and Children’s Church provided. 

JOURNEY COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH ■ Harrison 
Square next to Auto Zone. 859.235.8449. Sunday worship 
service 10:30 a.m. Nursery and Kid-Connect Services avail¬ 
able during both worship services. 


LEESBURG CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.0080, 1842N 
just off Rt. 62. Lead minister: Sammy Harris. Sundays at 9:45 
& 11:30 a.m. A Nursery and Children’s worship is offered dur¬ 
ing worship and teens meet at 6 p.m. on Sunday evenings. 

MOUNT CARMEL CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.3792. 
1970 Cynthiana Rd. (US. 27 S) Minister, James Smith (859) 
913-3174. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 10:45 
a.m. Children’s Church & nursery available during A.M. wor¬ 
ship. Sunday evening youth activities, 6:00. 

ODDVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 5891 HWY. 62E. (859) 
234-1287. Pastor Wayne Tolson. Sunday School 10:00 a.m., 
Sunday Morning Service 11 a.m., Sunday Childrens Church 
11:00 (12 & under), Sunday Evening Service 6 p.m. 

ROBINSON CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.2655, 5213 
Robinson Union Rd., Cynthiana, Kentucky. Pastor: Stephen 
Staggs, (859) 234-1602. Sunday Services: Morning prayer: 
9:30 a.m.; Sunday School 10:00 a.m.; Morning Worship 11:00 
a.m.; Sunday Evening Worship and Youth Groups 6:00 p.m. 

RUDDLES MILLS CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 3804 Rud¬ 
dles Mills-Millersburg Rd., Paris, KY, 40361. (859) 987- 
7384. Sunday School - 9:45 AM -10:45 AM, AM service 
-11:00 AM, PM service - 6:00 PM, YOUTH (Jr. high & 
high school age) activities - 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM 

SUNRISE CHRISTIAN CHURCH - Route 2. Minister: Tim 
Humphries. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning 
Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 p.m. 

UNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.5113.5848 KY Hwy. 
36W, Cynthiana, KY. Merrill Mitchell, Minister. Services: Early 
Morning Worship, 8:45 a.m.; Bible Study for all ages, 10 a.m.; 
Late Worship, Nursery and Wee worship provided, Sunday 
Evening 6 p.m.. Youth Connect 7 p.m. 

CHURCH OF GOD (Anderson, In) FIRST CHURCH OF 

GOD - 859.234.3845, 401 N. Main St. Pastor: Earl Litman. 
Services: Sunday School, 9:45 AM; Morning Worship & 
Children’s Ministries 10:45 AM; Evening Worship 6 PM; Youth 
Small Groups & Children’s Ministries, 

CHURCHES OF CHRIST (Non-Instrumental) 

SALEM CHURCH OF CHRIST - 859.508.0214. 4896 Salem 
Pike. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 
11:00am -12:15 pm. 

LICKING VALLEY CHURCH OF CHRIST 

449 Leesburg Pike (US 62 West), Cynthiana. 
859.588.084-Dustin Rose or Dr. Stephen Besson- 
859.235.9303. Sunday Morning Worship 10 a.m., Bible 
Study 6 p.m. 

DISCIPLES OF CHRIST CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 
CYNTHIANA CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.234.5332, Main 
and Mill streets. Minister: Larry W. Bishop; Services: Early 
Service: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.. Morning 
Worship, 10:45 a.m.. Youth Meetings, Sunday 5-6:30 p.m. 

REPUBLICAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.621.6741, 7888 
Ky. Hwy. 392, Cynthiana. Minister: Carol Devine. Services: 
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. 

COLEMANSVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH - 859.585.1521, 
Route 2, Berry, KY. James E. Mitchell, Minister. Services: 
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m. 

EPISCOPAL CHURCHES 

CHURCH OF THE ADVENT EPISCOPAL - 859.234.4163. 
120 North Walnut St. Rev. Sandy Stone. Sundays: Holy 
Eucharist, 11 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m. 


METHODIST CHURCHES 

BERRY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 859.234.6783, 
Berry, KY. Minister: Don Fryman. Services: Morning Worship 
11:00 a.m., Sunday School 10:00 a.m.. Youth Group Meeting 
Sunday 6 p.m.. Evening Worship 6 p.m. 

BENSON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 859.234.9359. 
Ky. 1744. Rev. John ‘Woody’ Woodford. Services: Sunday 
School, 10 a.m.; Worship 1st & 3rd Sundays 11 a.m. and 6 
p.m.; 2nd & 4th Sundays 9 a.m. 

BOYD METHODIST CHURCH -859.654.1467. Berry-Morgan 
Road., Rt. 1054. Minister: Keith Mitchell.Services: Sunday 
School 10:00 a.m.; Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a.m. 

BOYERS CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

- 859.654.1467. Boyers Chapel Rd. & Whitson Rd., 
Sadieville. Pastor: Trey Brennen. Phone: 859.858.9230, cell 
859.533.8940. Services: Sunday School 10 a.m.; Worship 
11 a.m. 

CENTERVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 502.863- 
5881, 2743 Georgetown Rd., Paris, Ky 40361. Rev. Fred 
Davis. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Morning Worship, 
11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 6 p.m. 

CURRY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 859.234.9359, 
Upper Curry Road. Rev. John ‘Woody’ Woodford. Services: 
Sunday School, 10 a.m. (every Sunday); Worship 9 a.m. 1st& 
3rd Sundays, 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. 2nd & 4th Sundays. 

EBENEZER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 859.234.2340. 
210 North Locust St. Minister: Kenneth Newby Jr. Services: 
Church School 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.m. 

ELMARCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - church: 
859.234.1853, ride: 859.234.3667. Elmarch Avenue and Old 
Lair Road. Rev. Chad Chamness, Services: Sunday School. 
10:00 a.m.; Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.. 

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - First United 
Methodist Church, located at Pike & Church Street. Sunday 
School at 9:45, Morning Worship at 10:50, Prayer Nursery 
provided for Morning Worship. 

HINTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 502.857.4428, 
608 Cornith-Hinton Road, Sadieville, Kentucky 40370. Pastor: 
Jeff Robinson. Services: Morning Worship, 9:45 a.m.; Sunday 
School, 11 a.m.; Evening Worship every Sunday night, 5 p.m 

LAIR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 859.234.1012, 
Pastor Terry McDuffey, New Lair Road., Cynthiana, KY 
41031. Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.m.; 
Sunday Evening Bible Study 6 p.m. 

LEESBURG UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Route 1. 
Minister: Mark Lemar. Services: every 2nd & 4th Sundays 
at 11:30 a.m. 

MT. HOPE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Hwy. 32 West. 
Pastor: Roger Crouse, phone 859-234-9281. Services: 
Morning Worship, 11:00 am; Sunday School, 10:00 am; 
Evening Worship, 5 p.m. 

MT. PLEASANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 

859.234.4947, 1271 Clintonville Road, Paris, Ky. Minister: 
Rev. Jerry Watkins, Services: Sunday School 10 a.m. (every 
Sunday); Morning Worship, 10 a.m. on 2nd Sunday & 7 p.m. 
on 4th Sundays. 

ODDVILLE UNITED METHODIST - 859.428.1786. Kendall 
Branch Rd., Cyntiana, KY. Pastor: Roger Wallace, Crittenden 
KY Service 2nd & 4th Sunday. Sunday School 10 a.m. & 
11 a.m. 


SAINT JAMES A.M.E. CHURCH - 312 West Pleasant St. 
Rev. A. Stuckey, Pastor. Services: Sunday School 10:00 a.m.; 
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. 

WAGONER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - 859.234.4947, 
Route 3. Minister: Jerry Watkins, Services: 1st & 3rd Sundays 

- Morning Worship 11 a.m. 

OXFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Routel. 
Minister: Mark Lemar. Services: Every 1st & 3rd Sundays 
at 11:30 a.m. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES 
COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - 859.234.5786, 
504 East Bridge St. Minister: David Sabella, Home: 234- 
1772. Services: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, 
10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening Bible Study at pastor’s home, 6 
p.m.-call for details. 

CYNTHIANA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - 859.234.2961, 
103 North Main St. Services: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; 
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Youth Meeting 6 p.m. 

OTHER CHURCHES IN COUNTY 
LIGHTHOUSE APOSTOLIC CHURCH - 312 Church St., 
Suite A, Pastor Tommy R. Allen (859) 221-7763. Sunday 
service 5 p.m. 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE -103 Fifth Street. Services: 
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m. 

NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER - 859.954.0072, 
113 Marshall Ave. Keith Sparks, Pastor. Services: Sunday 
Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m., Sunday evening Worship, 
6 p.m., 

PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH - 859.289.2352. Minister: 
Rev. Bill Gaddis. Services: Sunday 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. 
WEBSTER AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD - 859.234.9333, 
409 1/2 Webster Ave. Pastor: Gary Stith. Services: Sunday 
School, 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Sunday 
Evening, 6 p.m. 

NEW LIFE CHURCH OF GOD MOUNTAIN ASSEMBLY 

- Rev. Will Siler, Highway 32 east 1-1/2 miles past hospital 
on left, Cynthiana. Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning Worship 
10:45 - 12:00, Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m. 

GRACE APOSTOLIC CHURCH - 859.234.8060,235 Stokley 
Drive, Cynthiana, KY. Pastor Rev. William Howell. Sunday 
Morning Worship 10 a.m., Sunday Evening Service 5 p.m. 
ABOUNDING GRACE TABERNACLE - 859.234.4304, 3931 
US 27 North. Pastor: Rev. Dermon King. Sunday School 10 
a.m.. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 

HOUR OF DELIVERANCE CHAPEL - 859.234.6443, 120 
Second St., Cynthiana, KY. Rev. William Gaunce. Adults, 
teens & children’s Sunday school 10 a.m., Sunday Morning 
Praise & Worship service including teens & children’s Church 
11 a.m., Sunday Evening Worship service including teens & 
children’s Church 6 p.m., 

AMAZING GRACE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH - 

859.234.0739.1376 Rocky Spring Rd, Cynthiana, KY 41031. 
Pastor: Ricky Hayes. Service: Sunday School 10:00 a.m., 
Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. 

FAITH PENTECOSTAL CHURCH - 859.235.0638. Sunday 
1:30 p.m. Senior Pastor: Brother Cecil. 

CHRISTIAN FAITH CENTER - 2854 Ky. 36E. (Millersburg 
Pk.) - 859-234-4532. Minister Kim Smith. Sunday School 
10:30 a.m.. Worship Service 11:30 a.m. 

MOUNTAIN MOVING MINISTRIES - (859) 289-6626 or (859) 
588-1690. 5th & Miller St., Millersburg, KY. Rev. Russell E. 
Jones. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 











































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Sports Beat 

Bowlers complete season in region 
competition in Lexington 

The Harrison County High School bowling team com¬ 
pleted its season Saturday bowling in the region tourna¬ 
ment at Eastland Lanes in Lexington. 

The Fillies were defeated in the first round of the 
baker-style tournament, but the Thorobreds made a 
real run at the title. The Breds first qualified third in 
the bakers and then polished off Lexington Catholic 
226, 240 and 235. Henry Clay was the next opponent for 
the Thorobreds and they jumped out to a two-game lead 
before Harrison County rallied to battle the bowling 
Devils in a five-match struggle finally falling short by 
only 20 pins. The result had the Breds missing a third 
place state finish by 20 pins. 

Senior Zach Schneider qualified for the state in sin¬ 
gles competition bowling his way to a third seed. He 
bowled three games of 199, 214 and 255 to establish his 
third place spot. He then was edged out by a 207 to 206 
score in the step ladder finals. 

Coy to compete in middle school 
wrestling event in Illinois this weekend 

Harrison County eighth grader Colin Coy will join 
other Kentucky middle school wrestlers in the US AM 
National Middle School Duals Wrestling Tournament 
held this weekend in Danville, Ill. Coy is the first 
Harrison County Middle School student to be selected 
for Team Kentucky and compete in this tournament. 

The David S. Palmer Arena will host athletes from 
Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Texas and New Mexico as well 

Track _ 


From TRACK page B1 

little in the field events as they took only two sixth place 
finishes and one eighth place spot in these contests. 

Lail was sixth in the long jump, Morgan Puckett was 
sixth and Kayonna lies eighth in the high jump. 

“I told the girls that it was our first meet and to go out, 
have fun and do their best,” said Coach Danny Simpson. 
“I was encouraged with the results.” 

The next meet for the Harrison County teams is 
Thursday, March 29, in Mt. Sterling in the Montgomery 
County All Comers. They open at home on April 5 at 
the Athletic Complex with an all comers event on the 
Hilltop. 




Photo courtesy of 
Danny Simpson 

At left: Joe Thomas 
and Derrick Hurst com¬ 
pete in the mile relay 
this past Saturday in 
the Woodford County 
All Comers. Above: 
Morgan Puckett ran the 
400M dash. 


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year and was the region champion in the 140 lb weight 
division. Also wrestling on Team Kentucky will be Ryan 
Moore, the sixth grade son of former HCHS standout 
Jason Moore. Ryan Moore has a 47-3 record this season 
wrestling for Campbell County Middle School where his 
father is the coach. Jason Moore is coaching both his 
son and Coy in the national tournament in Illinois. 

Fillies scrimmage with fifth-ranked 
Lafayette 

The Harrison County Fillies tested their mettle on 
Saturday as they traveled to Lexington to scrimmage 
the Lafayette Lady Generals. 

The seven-inning varsity scrimmage results were 
pleasing to Coach Christine Garnett for the most part. 

“Our defense was solid and our pitching was excel¬ 
lent,” Garnett surmised after the match. “We need to 
work some more on hitting, but I feel it will come along 
just fine.” 

Many of the Harrison County younger players gained 
some valuable experience against what is a top notch 
team in the pre-season rankings. Eighth grader Jami 
Davis was the starting pitcher and rotated every two 
innings with veteran senior hurler Tracey Hicks. Both 
girls were throwing the ball very well. 

“We still have room for improvement, but I am really 
excited about the upcoming season and what it has in 
store for us,” concluded Garnett. 

Harrison county opens at home on Tuesday with 
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Morgan Grose slides safe into second Tuesday as the 
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V_2 

2012 baseball schedules 

Home games in ALL CAPS 
Date Day *Sq Opponent Time 

3/17 Sa V @GarrardCo.12:30p 

j (g)Garrard Co.2:30p 

3/20 Tu V (giEastjessamine.5:30p 

j EASTjESSAMINE.5:30p 

3/21 We F/M (3 Pendleton Co. (dh).5p 

3/22 Th V @MasonCo.5:15p 

j @MasonCo.7:30p 

All American Leadoff Classic @East Carter 

3/23 Fr V Pikeville.7:30p 

3/24 Sa V East Carter.10a 

V Johnson Central.12:30p 


3/26 Mo V (g)Pendleton Co.5p 

j (g) Pendleton Co.7:15p 

3/27 Tu V @FlemlngCo.5:15p 

j (giFlemIngCo.7p 

3/28 We F EASTjESSAMINE (dh).5:15p 

3/29 Th V @(Cov.) Scott.5:15p 

3/30 Fr V COV. HOLY CROSS.5:30p 

3/31 Sa V GRANT CO.noon 

j GRANT CO.2:30p 

4/3 Tu V ST. HENRY.5:15p 

4/4 We V GARRARD CO.5:30p 

j GARRARD CO 7:15p 

4/5 Th V MASON CO 5:15p 

j MASON CO 7:15p 

Hanahan National invitational Tournament 
©Charleston, SC 

4/9 Mo V Charden,OH (giWando.5p 

j TBA.7:15p 

4/10 Tu V FlrstAssembly,NC/Wando,SC 

@Wando.7:30p 

j TBA.7:15p 

4/11 We V TBA.5p 

j TBA.7:15p 

4/12 Th V TBA.5p 

j TBA. 7:15p 


4/16 Mo V @ Nicholas Co.5p 

j (giEastjessamine.5:30p 

4/17 Tu V BRACKEN CO.5:30p 

j BRACKEN CO.7:15p 

4/18We M EASTjESSAMINE (dh).5:30p 

4/19 Th V CLARK CO.5:15p 

J CLARK CO.7:15p 

4/20 Fr V BATH CO. (**Fenceof Fame) 7:15p 

J BATH CO.5p 

4/21 Sa V WOLFE CO. (dh).10:30a 

4/23MO V DEMING.5p 

4/24 Tu V PARIS.5p 

J PARIS.7:30p 

Harrison Memorial Hospital / McDonald’s / 
Judy Construction Classic ©Harrison Co. 

4/26 Th V Mason Co.7:30p 

4/27 Fr V Connor.7:30p 

4/28 Sa V TBA.TBA 


Scott Co. Freshman Invitational 

4/27 Fr F/M Ryle.8p 

4/28 Sa F/M Highlands.11a 

F/M Louisville Christian Academy...Ip 

4/30Mo V (giDemIng.5:30p 

5/1 Tu V (giScottCo.5:30p 

J (giScottCo.7:15p 

5/1 Tu M (g)Eastjessamlne(dh).5:30p 

5/2 We V NICHOLASCO.5p 

F/M (g)Westjessamlne(dh).5:45p 

5/3 Th V (QBathCo.5:30p 

j (aBathCo.7:15p 

5/4 Fr V PENDLETON CO. 

(***Alumnl Night).7p 

5/7 Mo V FLEMING CO.5:15p 

J FLEMING CO.7:15p 

5/8 Tu F/M (g)Eastjessamlne(dh).5:15p 

5/9 We V (a Walton Verona.5:15p 

F/M WESTJESSAMINE (dh).5:45p 

5/10 Th V BOURBON CO.5p 

j BOURBON CO.7:15p 

Hometown Pharmacy / Frank Shoop 
Invitational ©Harrison Co. 

5/11 Fr V Cooper vs Boyd Co.5:30p 

V Harrison Co. vs Boyd Co.7:30p 

5/12 Sa V Harrison Co. vs Cooper.11a 

V Cooper vs Madison Central..l:15p 

V Harrison Co. vs MadlsonCent...3:30p 

5/14 Mo V (Cov.) Scott (Senior Night)..6:15p 

5/15 Tu V CAMPBELL CO.5:15p 

V BELLEVUE.7:30p 

5/16We V BISHOP BROSSART.4:30p 

V NEWPORT CATHOLIC.7p 

F/M (g) Pendleton Co. (dh).5p 

5/18 Fr V SCOTT CO.5:30p 

J SCOTT CO.7:15p 


5/21 Mo V DIstrIctTourn. @Harrison Co. 

5/28 Mo V Regional Tourn(g) Montgomery Co. 
6/4 Mo V State Tournament 

(g)Whitaker Bank Ballpark, Lex. 

*V-Vdrsity; jV-junior vdrsity; F-freshmen; M- 
middle school **Fence of Feme introduction, 
7pm ***Alumni BP, 5pm/1968 teem intro, 6:40pm 

High school _ 

Thorobreds 10, Golden Lions 

March 17 0)Garrard Co. 

Harrison Co. (1-0). 231 220 0 - 10 11 1 

Garrard Co. (1-1). 300 101 0 - 5 7 1 

HC: Martin, Carter (4), Nutter (5), Royse (6), 
Taylor (6), Kendall (7) and H. Hill. W-Martin (1-0). 
2B— Royse. HR— Carter, Nutter 2, Martin. 

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Track & Field 

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High school _ 

Woodford Co. All Comers 

March 17 

Girls 

Team scoring— 1, Boyle Co. 143; 2, Dunbar 117; 3, 
Woodford Co., 116; 4, East Jessamine 82; 5, Harrison 
Co. 52.50; 6, Franklin Co. 40.50; 7, West Jessamine 
36; 8, Frankfort 32; 8, Bryan Station 32; 10, Western 
Hills 22; 11, Walden 5. 

Fillies results 

100M Dash—S. Strickland 14.12; J. Nunnelley 
15.72; H. Stratton 16.60; 200M Dash-6, K. Lesak 
29.01 ; S. Strickland 31.22; 400M Dash-2, H. Thomas 
1:05.37; M. Puckett 1:14.56; 800M Run-B. Caudill 
3:01.83; K. Horschler 3:08.72; 1600M Run-K. Joy 
7:31.42; 100M Hurdles-3, H. Carr 17.73; 4, C. 
Mattox 18.03; 5, M. Lail 18.38; 300M Hurdles-6, H. 
Carr 56.05; 400M Relay— 6, (J. Alas, E. Boyers, M. 
Lail, S. Strickland) 59.12; 800M Relay-3, (J. Alas, 
H. Carr, Cay. Mattox, K. Lesak) 1 ;57.63; 6, (L. Clarke, 
M. Puckett, H. Stratton, J. Nunnelley) 2:14.79; 1600M 
Relay—3, (H. Thomas, H. Carr, J. Alas, K. Lesak) 
4:38.22 7, (K. Horschler, B. Caudill, L. Clarke, K. Joy) 
5:17.37; 3200M Relay-5, (H. Thomas, B. Caudill, 
M. Puckett, K. Horschler) 11:34.49; High Jump— 6, 
M. Puckett 4-04; 8, K. lies 4-00; E. Boyers NH; Long 
Jump-6, M. Lail 12-05; E. Boyers 9-09.50; K. lies 
ND; Shot Put— E. McKenney 17-00; Discus— E. 
McKenney 56-07 

Boys 

Team scoring— 1, Harrison Co. 121; 2, Dunbar 
120; 3, Boyle Co. 103; 4, Bryan Station 68; 5, Rowan 
Co. 56; 6, Franklin Co. 45; 6, Western Hills 45; 9. 
East Jessamine 38; 9, West Jessamine 36.50; 10, 
Woodford Co. 29.50; 11, Walden 23; 12, Frankfort 10. 
Thorobreds results 

10OM Dash— 8, Campbelll Hall 11.99; 10, B. Clarke 
12.08; 13, J. Korona 12.24; D. Talbott 12.32; D. Hurst 
12.84; D. Nunnelley 13.80; 200M Dash— D. Talbott 
25.45; C. Jackson 28.59; D. Nunnelley 28.66; 400M 
Dash— 1, C. Hall 52.80; 2, B. Clarke 53.11; B. Waatkins 
58.27; C. Jackson 1:03.62; 800M Run— 3, J. Thomas 
2:09.81; 4, N. Slucher 2:11.65; T. Martin 2:11.74; W. 
Caudill 2:30.41; S. Palmer 2:35.01; 1600M Run-6, 
G. Carr 5:03.81; J. Faulconer 5:12.13; W. Caudill 
5:42.87; 3200M Run— 4, J. Faulkner 11:13.51; S. 
Palmer 12:03.64; 110M Hurdles— 3, D. Klapheke 
16.85; 300M Hurdles— 3, D. Klapheke 47.29; 400M 
Relay— 3, (D. Hurst, J. Korona, D. Talbott, J. Hunter) 
47.66; 800M Relay— 6, (D. Klapheke, B. Watkins, 
B. Clarke, D. Hurst) 1:42.41; 1600M Relay-2, (C. 
Hall, B. Clarke, N. Slucher, J. Marsh) 3:37.88; 6, (T. 
Roberts, B. Watkins, D. Hurst, E. Gross) 3:59.30; 
7, (T. Bolin, G. Carr, J. Thomas, T. Martin) 4:00.35; 
3200M Relay— 2, (J. Thomas, G. Carr, T. Martin, J. 
Faulkner) 8:35.17; 8, (J. Marsh, N. Slucher, T. Bolin, 
S. Palmer) 9:42.15; High Jump— 2, M. Ritchie 5-08; 
5, E. Gross 5-04; Pole Vault— 7, T. Bolin 8-00; Long 
Jump— 6, J. Pratt 17-02; 8, T. Roberts 17-00.25; E. 
Gross 16-08; J. Hunter 16-02.75; M. Ritchie 15-11; D. 
Nunnelley 12-07; Triple Jump— 2, E. Gross 38-07; 8, 
J. Hunter 34-08; M. Ritchie 33-10; Shot Put— 2, M. 
Jones 42-04.50; 7, D. Walker 37-02.50; P. Rodgers 
26-06.; Discus— 4, D. Walker 99-04; 7, M. Jones 
88-01; P. Rodgers 63-04 


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Softball 

_/ 

2012 softball schedules 

Home games in ALL CAPS 
Date Day *Sq Opponent_**Time 

3/17 Sa V (giLayfayette.noon 

3/20 Tu V/j BRYAN STATION.6p 

3/21 We F (3 Nicholas Co. (dh) 

3/22 Th V (aCrantCo.5:30p 

3/27 Tu M (aMasonCo.(dh).5:30p 

3/28 We V/j LEXINGTON CATHOLIC..5:30p 

3/29 Th V/j ROWAN CO.6p 

3/30-31 F (giAnderson Co. Tourney.... TBA 

4/2 Mo M BRACKEN CO. (dh).5:30p 

4/3 Tu V/j BRACKEN CO.5:30p 

4/4 We F BOURBON CO. (dh).5p 

4/6-7 V (g) Tennessee Tourney.TBA 

4/9 Mo V/j (SToddCo.Central.5:30p 

4/13 Fr V/j (3Paris.5:30p 

4/14 Sa F (giTates Creek Tourney.TBA 

4/16 Mo V/j (aPendletonCo.5:15p 

4/17 Tu V/j PAUL DUNBAR.5:30p 

4/18 We F (g)BishopBrossart(dh).5:30p 

4/19 Th V/j (aWalton-Verona.5:45p 

4/23 Mo V/J (giBishopBrossart.5:30p 

4/24 Tu V/j NICHOLASCO.5:30p 

4/25 We F GRANT CO. (dh).5:30p 

4/26 Th V/j (SMasonCo.5:30p 

4/27 Fr V McDonald'sClassic@HarrisonCo. 

4/30 Mo V/j (3 Bryan Station.5:30p 

5/1 Tu V/J (giFlemingCo.6p 

5/2 We F BISHOP BROSSART (dh)..5:30p 

5/3 Th V/j (a Nicholas Co.5:30p 

5/4-5 V Owensboro Tourney 

5/7 Mo V/j BOURBON CO.5:15p 

5/8 Tu V/j FLEMING CO.6p 

5/9 We M MASON CO. (dh).5:30p 

5/10 Th V/j PENDLETON CO.5:15p 

Somerset Classic 

5/11 Fr V HC vs South western.lOp 

5/12 Sa V HCvsMcCrearyCentral...l:30p 

5/12 Sa V H CVS Somerset.4:30p 


5/14 Mo V/j PARIS.5:30 

5/15 Tu V/j (aBrackenCo.5:30 

5/16 We M (aBracken Co. (dh).5:30 

5/17 Th V/j (aBourbonCo.5:30 

5/18 Fr F NICHOLAS CO. (dh).5:30 


5/21 Mo V DIstrIctTourn.@NicholasCo. 
5/28 Mo V RegionalTourn. 

*V-Vdrsity; jV-junior varsity; F-freshman; M- 
middle school. **/f a date includes varsity and 
j V, time listed is varsity. 

( \ 

Basketball 

V_/ 

2012 Boys Sweet Sixteen ©Rupp Arena, Lex 
First round 

Rowan Co. 64, North Laurel 46; Southwest¬ 
ern 52, Hopkinsville 41; (Lou.) Trinity 52, 
Bullitt East 32; George Rogers Clark 56, 
Apollo 36; Oldham Co. 55, Bowling Green 
48; Knott Co. Central 71, Boone Co. 54; 
Scott Co. 59, Marshall Co. 43; John Hardin 
49, Johnson Central 36 
Quarterfinals 

Southwestern 67, Rowan Co. 57; (Lou.) 
Trinity 62, George Rogers Clark 39; Old¬ 
ham Co. 36, Knott Co. Central 34; Scott 
Co. 61, John Hardin 40 

Semifinals 

(Lou.) Trinity 56, Southwestern 47 
Scott Co. 56, Oldham Co. 43 
Championship 
(Lou.)Trinity 71, Scott Co. 53 

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Bowling 

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Thursday Night Classic 

MintbrookFarm_49 15 Krazy Bytes_29 35 

Anderson Equip_42 22 The Crew_ llVi 3672 

MilesAutoBody 31 EadsHardware'j4y2 3972 

Fryman's Const_ 30 34 NealCompany__21 43 

Highgames(March 15)-JIM HOLLAND 226-263-231. 
M ike Curtis 257-213. Randy Colvin 234-245. Stan Holland 
235-243. Nick Marcum 212-223-243. Mike Wachter 235. 
Kent Burgan 235-226. Garrett Hunter 235. John M errill 235. 
Gary Carter 225-231-214. Frazier Fryman 227-230-230. 
Zack Gaunce 227. John Scott 226. johnny Curtis 215-225. 
N ick G aunce 223. j eff C ooper 223. R obert B ishop 221. j ason 
Palmer 220. Mike Fryman 216. Roger Fields 213-216. Kris 
Fields 216. Christ! an Hutchison 214. Mike Hicks 213. Randal I 
Hardin212. Ricky Moore211. 

High series (March 15)-jlM HOLLAND 720. Frazier 
F ry man 687. N i ck M arcum 678. Stan H ol I and 674. G ary C arter 
670. Mike Curtis 658. Randy Colvin 658. Kent Burgan 631. 

Sunday Night Mixed 

The Leftovers __ 37 19 FortheAlliance_29 27 

Patty 6i Beast_35 21 Berry Bunch_29 27 

Pale Riders _”j5 21 TheTumblers”j7 29 

Steelers_34 22 Quack Ups_23 33 

OH 32 24 Morgan'sRaite'21 35 

Hayseds_31 25 

High games (March 18)-Men: ZACK GAUNCE 239- 
207. Tim Caudill 237. Mike Curtis 224. George McIntyre 
205-213-222. Lee Hatcher 214-202. Daniel Perkins 214. 
Randall Schneider 207. Gary Harney 204. Tommy Morris 
204. Ted 01 in 203. Robert Bishop 201. Roger Schneider 
200. Women: DEBORAH FEEBACK 194.SonjaOlin 193. 
Kimberly McIntyre 181. 

High series (March 18)-Men: GEORGE MCINTYRE 
640. Zack Gaunce 602. Lee Hatcher 600. Women: SON]A 
OLIN 496. 

Thursday Night Social 

Tony'sTiger ___38 26 CC Girls_33 31 

Fun Bunch_36 28 RollingAlong __26 38 

Full House”” 29 Stray Kats___]j3 41 

H igh games(M arch 15)- R H 0 N D A H AT FIE L D 214-177, 
Lona M ullins 175-203. Laura Gilley 199. Genie Gregg 190. 
Loren Jones 188. Sherri M igneault 179. 

H igh series(M arch 15)- R H 0 N D A H AT FIE L D 539. G eni e 
Gregg 527. Lona Mullins 520. Laura Gilley 520. 

Cynthiana Business 

J.C.'s Pro Shop _4272 1772 StrikeForce_30 30 

Martin's Sanit__41 19 B-Dry_29 31 

WyattSupermai1<_34 26 GannonConcrt_ 2772 3272 

WachterRoofing_32 28 Rapid Ray's_ 27 33 

Nitrojunkies 32 28 HisleMotDrsport_ 1772 4272 

Elks_”j2 28 Team 12_^572 4472 

High games (March 14)-J OHN NY CURTIS 269. Nick 
Marcum212-257.JohnScott224-255.PeteyReynolds245-234. 
G reg Shi rl ey 244. J osh C urti s 234-238-237. J i mmy L. H ol I and 
227-236. Timmy Rison 235-218. Tommy M orris 235. Scott 
M cD ani el 230. K evi n T hornton 211-229. E ddi e F eeback 227. 
M ichael Mynear 226-211-221. Bob Gannon 224-226. Dennis 
H yatt223.Trey C ol I i ns223. ScottT hornton 222. D anny Shouse 
222. Ricky M oore222.AlexFlorence213. Nick Hill 213. Don 
Darrell 212. Roger Schneider 210. 

H igh series (M arch 14)- J 0 SH C U RTIS 709. Petey R eyn- 
olds 664. J ohnny C urtis 662. M ichael M ynear 658. J ohn Scott 
646. G reg Shi rl ey 645. B oh G annon 638. J i mmy L. H ol I and 636. 

Tuesday Night Mixed 

Slingers_3772 2272 Loose Screws __32 28 

Roses6iThorns_37 23 PinPoppers_29 31 

PoundinPins_37 23 Powerballs_29 31 

Sandbaggers_35 25 KoolCats_26 34 

Thunderstruck”3472 2572 Cliffhangeli 23 37 

N.A.T.E._34 26 

H igh games(M arch 13)- M en: K E N T B U R G A N 290-258. 
Roger Schneider 246-205. Daniel Bennett 244-210. Terry 
Gregg 222. M ikeSummers222. M ikeCurtis208-212. Donnie 
Martin 210. Kevin Perkins208-209. Daniel Perkins207-208. 
Garrett Hunter 205. Robert Bishop 205. Women: JO NELL 
PRIDEMORE 210-217. Taylena Burgan 194. Holly Laytart 
191. Betsy Coblentz 180. 

High series (March 13)-Men: KENT BURGAN 669. 
Daniel Bennett 653. Roger Schneider 641. Daniel Perkins 
607. Mike Curtis 602. Women: JO NELL PRIDEMORE 
560. Betsy Coblentz 511. 

Saturday Youth 

Team 6_23 13 Lucky Sevens __ 17 19 

GoodOirB'o7s”22 14 Cheeseballs ”l7 19 

Zombiez_21 15 Team 9_15 21 

Teams_19 17 Refuse to Lose__ 13 23 

Unbowlievable_18 18 

H igh games (M arch 17)- Boys: W i 11 iam Sei vers 191-160. 
Brady Slade 167-162. Presley Jackson 161. Jacob Griffin 
156. Tanner Harney 152.Austin Fite 150. Giris: PaigeAdair 
118-106-120. 

H igh series (M arch 17)- Boys: B rady SIade 457. W i 11 i am 

Seivers450. Giris: PaigeAdair 344. 

_Saturday Bantam_ 

Thunderbolts___1472 1272 Thunderkatz ___13 14 

Angry Birds_14 13 Angry Bowlers _ 1272 1472 

High games (March 17)-Boys: Dakota Hill 127-146. 
Justin Switzer 102. Robert Sebastion 79. Giris: Evey Barker 
159-104. Brooklyn Fryman 115-131. Cindy Barker 100-126. 
Faith Fryman 98. Autumn Colvin 89-93. M organ Barker 89- 
88. Loren A dams 85. 

High series (March 17)-Boys: Dakota Hill 273. Justin 
Switzer 157. Giris: Evey Barker 263. Brooklyn Fryman 246. 
Cindy Barker226.Autumn Colvin 182. Morgan Barker 177. 
Faith Fryman 162. 

























































































































































































































































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PROPERTY TRANSFERS 

Tony L. Herrington and 
Katie Jordan Walker to 
Sannie Overly, property on 
Old Lair Road. 

Sannie Overly to Katie 
Jordan Walker, property on 
Old Lair Road. 

Ouit Claim Deed: Cynthia 
Barton to Richard Barton, 
property on Kings Lane, $1. 

Ouit Claim Deed: Cynthia 
Barton to Richard Barton, 
property on Kings Lane, $1. 

Deed and Consideration 
Certificate: Kentucky 

Housing Corporation to 
James McDermott, property 
at 101 Mockingbird Lane, 
Berry, $32,000. 

Connie L. Fryman to 
Secretary of Housing and 
Urban Development, Lot 
2 of the Elbert J. Smith 
Subdivision, $119,059. 

Sole Ownership - Cash 
Deed for Kentucky: Secretary 
of Housing and Urban 
Development to Edward H. 
Ratcliff and Sharon Ratcliff, 
Lots 5 and 6 in Block B of 
Eastland Estates, $85,000. 

Grant County Deposit 
Bank to Johnathan Roberts 
and Jennifer Roberts, prop¬ 
erty on Hwy. 36, $2,332. 

Warranty Deed: Carlotta 
Whitaker-Executrix of the 
Anna Kathern Godman 
Estate to Marvin E. Florence 
Jr. and Doris Florence, 
property on Ky. 36 and 
Needmore-Cordova Road, 
$24,000. 

Charles Edward Brumley 
Sr. to Samuel T. Wright 
III, property on Lakewood 
Dr. (now Westgate Lane), 
$1,600. 

Grace Sturgill to Patrick 
Franklin Sturgill, property on 
Shawhan Road. 

Elnora Jennings to Diana 
Combs and Paul Combs, Lot 
2 of the Darryl Nunnelley 
Property on Lair Road. 

Bruce W. Plucknett and 
Deborah Bolton Plucknett 
to Charles A. Walker and 
Dawn E. Walker, property 
on Sadieville-Hinton Road, 
$28,500. 

Sherie Juett and Ricky L. 
Juett, James W. King and 
Vickie King, Terry R. King 
and Marjorie King, Jack L. 
King and Amy C. King to 
Robert Shiver, property on 
White Oak-Tricum Road, 
$48,000. 

Wayne D. Turner to 
Steven Alexander and Mary 
Beth Alexander, property on 
Elmarch Avenue, $45,000. 

Larry Sosbe to Kelly Ann 
Wachter, property on North 
Church Street, Cynthiana. 

Phillip L. Mann to Charlene 
A. Craycraft, Lot 2 - Block B 
- Unit 1 in Harrison Estates 
Subdivision, $22,000. 

Sole Ownership - Cash 
Deed for Kentucky: 
Secretary of Housing and 
Urban Development to Micah 
Carrel and Sonya Wilson, 
property at 40 Cedar Brook 
Subdivision, $50,200. 

Micah Carrel and Sonya 
Wilson to White Knight LLC, 
Lot 2 - Block C - Unit 1 of 
Cedar Brook Subdivision, 
$ 1 . 

Linda Boyle and William 
P. Boyle Jr. to Mary Kay 
Hendricks-Trustee, to Linda 
Boyle and William P. Boyle 
Jr., property on Oddville- 
Sunrise Pike. 

Quit Claim Deed: Stephen 
Herron and Charlene Herron 
and Roger Coppage and 
Debbie Coppage to Stephen 
Herron and Charlene Herron, 
property at 429 E. Bridge 
St. 

Vicky Casey Ritchie to 


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Sheets Of Metal Roofing - Vinyl 
Siding - Lumber - Doors - Kitchen 
Cabinets - Hardwood Flooring - 
Specialty Items - Call or see web for 
list & terms 

Towler's Auction Service, Inc 

Randy Myers, Auctioneer 
513-315-4360 
TowlersAuctionlnc.com 


Joseph Adam Yazell and 
Jennifer Smiley Yazell, prop¬ 
erty on Renaker-Berry Road, 
$40,000. 

David K. Kuhl- 

Administrator of the Richard 
Lewis Kuhl Estate to Victor 
Donohue, property on Grays 
Run Pike, $70,000. 

Federal National Mortgage 
Association to Randy 

Northcutt, property at 6668 
US Hwy. 27 N., $19,000. 

Theodore Douglas 
Dunaway and Karen 

Dunaway to Brent Douglas 

Dunaway and Elizabeth 
Ashley Dunaway, property in 
Harrison County, $285,000. 

HARRISON FAMILY 
COURT 

Judge Barbara Paul 

presiding March 7, 2012 
CIVIL CASES 

Melissa A. Craig vs. 
Wesley K. Craig, domestic; 
passed to be re-noticed, 
order entered. 

Kenneth R. Hill vs. Michelle 
R. Hill, domestic; testimony 
taken, decree entered. 

Davetta Rae Seedle- 
Ochsner vs. Seth Austin 
Ochsner, domestic; testimo¬ 
ny taken, decree entered. 

Savannah Lee Biddle vs. 
Jarred Theron Biddle, motion 
hour; wife to claim 2011 and 
odd years, husband to claim 
2012 and even years. 

Kathy C. Caswell vs. Dale 
W. Caswell, motion hour; re¬ 
noticed, order entered. 

Shaun Renee Faulkner vs. 
Tyler Pate Faulkner, domes¬ 
tic; separation agreement 
filed, testimony taken. 

Trinity Allen Hollar vs. Ellen 
Nicole Hollar, motion hour; 
mediation, order entered. 

Linda Fowler Stone vs. 
Kevin Thomas Stone, motion 
hour; (motion to set for trial), 
separation agreement filed, 
testimony taken, decree 
entered. 

Tiffany Michelle Remer vs. 
Byron Christopher Malley, 
review; amend DVO. 

Foster Care Review Board 
vs. Dorothy Wells, motion 
hour; (motion for child sup¬ 
port), pass motion, to be 
re-noticed. 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

Caren Cay Mullins vs. 
William Franklin Mullins, 
domestic violence; no vio¬ 
lence, divorce to be filed. 

Sarah Josephine Whaley 
vs. Joshua Allen Whaley, 
domestic violence; EPO 
remains. 


Rae Jean Thompson vs. 
Michael Roy Thompson, 
domestic violence; EPO 
remains. 

Jennifer Karen Vanderen 
vs. David Clayton Moore II, 
domestic violence; re-issue 
summons, EPO remains in 
effect. 

HARRISON COUNTY 
SHERIFF’S REPORT 
TRAFFIC CASES 

The following information 
from the Harrison County 
Sheriff’s Office indicates 
drivers and/or owners whose 
vehicles were involved in 
accidents. 

March 6 - At 2:30 a.m., 
a non-injury accident was 


reported on Dividing Ridge 
Road. Billy Frazier round¬ 
ed a curve and lost control 
causing him to drive into a 
small pond. 

March 9 - At 7:54 p.m., 
a non-injury accident was 
reported on US 62. Amber 
Powers was driving on US 
62 when she encountered 
a deer in the road and was 
unable to keep from hitting 
the deer. 

March 10 - At 4:42 p.m., 
a non-injury accident was 
reported on US 27. Rachel 
Northcutt was traveling on 
US 27 when a vehicle in 
front of her slowed down 
to turn causing her to hit a 
ditch and go airborne before 
striking a road sign. 


325 East Pleasant Street • $118,500 



Whalen 

Tlf & Company 


Extremely well maintained older 3 BR home with all the charm and charteristics of the 1930 era. Pocketdoor, 
marble faced fireplace in LR/gas logs, refinished orig. floors, updated 
kit. w/Haas cabinetry, ceramic tile floor, updated appliances. 

Updated bath, private back yard with 2 sides privacy 
fenced. Full unfinished basement, enclosed back 
porch, full front porch. 

MLS# 

11191 

Contact: 

Beverly Cooper 

859-954-0606 

beverlyciSwhalenandcompany.com 


NEW LISTING 

Three bedrooms, 2 baths, 
total electric with fireplace, pool 
and storage building on the 
South side of Cynthiana. Great 
price of $134,000. Call now. 

Linda M. Anderson 

n Real Estate 
.. • Phone (859) 234-4081 • Cynthiana mss 



FOR QUICK SALE 

Contract fell through at $255,000. 7.8 acres with 
5,000 square-foot building. Less than 3 years old. 
Dual heat, central air. Within Cynthiana city limits. 

All reasonable offers considered. 

859-234-8060 or 859-588-2904 




March 12 - At 9:29 p.m., 
a non-injury accident was 
reported on US 27. Angye 
Switzer was driving on US 
27 when she swerved to 
miss a deer and in doing so 
hit a mailbox. 

March 8-At 11:20 a.m., an 
injury accident was reported 
on US 62. Clarence Williams 
was driving on US 62 and 
missed his turn and pulled 


in front of a vehicle driven by 
Louis Knipper. 

CASE REPORTS 

March 9 - At 12:40 a.m., 
Charles Huffman reported 
that someone took several 
tools from his barn located 
on Blake Lane. 

March 10 - At 8:23 p.m., 
Zachary Damon reported 

See RECORDS page B5 


Building on 15 Acres, Machinery & Tools 
486 KY Hwy 330 W., Falmouth, Ky 


ABSOlUTE AUCTION 


Sat. March 24th @ 10:00 am 



Selling on Location regardless of price, this 60' x60' metal building that is 
perfect for business or recreational uses. Building has a parts counter and 
parts bins as well as an office and restroom facility. Very visible location. 
Machinery sells immediately following Real Estate . 1991 CMC Topkick 26' 
roll-back. New 5' Bush Hog Box Blades, New 5' Bush Hog Scraper Blade, New 
Skid Steer Scraper Blade and loader bucket, 285 Rotary Cutter Deck, New 
Mechanical Trailer w/ 300 gal tank, 3126 10' Bush Hog,242 Krone Disc 
Mower, New 6' Zetor Loader Bucket, Fork Lift w/ 23' 3 stage lift. Rotary 
Cutter Blades, PTC Shields, Security Camera system. Tire Rack, Porto Power, 
Cherry Picker, Tubes, Tires, Rake Parts, Wagon Parts, Filters, Setter Parts, 
Hitch Pins, Clamps Disc Harrow axels. Hydraulic Hoses and Parts, Standard 
and Metric Bolt Bins, Battery Chargers, 1" Drive Sockets, Lincoln Welder, 
Impact Wrenches, Tool Boxes, Presses, Grinders, Jacks, Saws, Compressor, 
parts Washer, and much, much more! For more information or an 
appointment to see the property call 859.409.7653 or visit us on the web at: 


www.auctionzip.com 


JZeaUif &. /kitciiens 
859 . 409.7653 


Terms Real Estate: 10% down at 
Auction, balance and possession 
in 30 days. All inspections should 
be made prior to Auction. Tools: 
Cash or personal check w/ID 


FARM MACHINERY & 

CONSIGNMENT AUCTION 

Home Warehouse 
Saturday, March 24,2012 • 9:00 am 

Location: 260 Levee Road, Mt. Sterling 

Directions: From 1-64, exit 110, turn toward Mt. Sterling, turn right at 
2nd red light on Route 686 (by-pass) to route 11 intersection. At the 
red light turn left on Route 11. Home Warehouse will be just off to the 
right. 

RECEIVING 

Monday, March 19 thru Friday, March 23 
9:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Food & Drinks Will Be Available 
Auction Indoors 

Terms: Cash or good check on day of sale. Out-of-state check require 
a bank letter of credit. Announcements on day of auction take pre¬ 
cedence over printed matter. You can load on Sunday, March 25 after 
1:00 pm. Items must be removed by Monday, March 26. 

For information: Home Warehouse - 
Roger Wilson 859-498-6722. 

Auctioneer: Mike Phipps, 1660 Adams Road, Owings- 
ville, KY 40360,606-356-2672 or 859-404-8450. 

Good time to buy or sell! 

We are not responsible for accidents or theft. 

Rates: 20% $49.00 and under. 

10% $50.00 to $999.00 
7% $1,000.00 and above. Cap $350.00 
$10.00 no-sale fee. 



Our firm has been authorized to sell at ABSOLUTE AUCTION 
the following described frame home and lot located 210 Second 
Street, Cynthiana, KY. 


This home has 1,482 sq ft of living space including a living 
room, kitchen with built in gas counter top range and double 
oven, also a refrigerator, dining area, 2 bedrooms, full bath and 
den or 3rd bedroom. Home has replacement windows, metal 
roof, fioor gas furnace, electric baseboard heat and built in AC 
unit. Also a half walkout unfinished basement, fenced in back 
yard, off street parking and all this on a corner lot. 

This is a nice clean home and ready to move into and will made 
a good home to anyone or a good investment as a rental. Re¬ 
member it sells ABSOLUTE so you get to set the sales price. 

TERMS: 10% down day of sale with balance due on or before April 
24,2012. NOTE: A 6% buyer’s premium will be added to determine 
the final sale price. All inspections including wood infestation & lead 
base paint must be done prior to the auction. 

Auction will be conducted on the premises 

Sellers: Patricia Linville, Beverly & Tom Pierce 


Horn's 



(859)234-5524.(859)588-3452 
317 S. Church St. * Cynthiana, KY 

William Horn, Realtor, 
Auctioneer 


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The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 B5 



Photo courtesy of 
Donald Richie/Richie 
Photography 

Grade Furnish 
moves the ball 
away from the 
outside line last 
Tuesday as the 
HCMS Fillies host¬ 
ed Clark Middle 
School in the sea¬ 
son opener. 


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136 Blake Lane Nice 2003 manufactured home 
on continuous block foundation with 4 bedrooms 
and 2 full baths. New paint in some rooms and 
new carpet. A must-see and very affordable. 
MLS# 1204432 $69,000 • Call Sherry. 


2846Beelick 

Rd. Privacy 
Galore! Take 
a look at this 
1.5 story 
home on 40± 
acres. 2 BR/3 
BA, large master BR, bath w/jacuzzi tub, full 
bsmt., screened-in back porch, geothermal heat/ 
air. 40x28 Workshop, old log pole barn. Beautiful 
wooded acreage & meadows. MLS# 1119498 • 
$240,000-Call Nancy 




958 Shadynook Rd. Lovely brick home close to town 
on 6.8 acres. Horn ehas LR, DR, kit., breakfast rm, 3 BR & 
2 BA in a beautiful country setting. Large 20x32 morton 
bldg., 12x18 storage bldg. & barn w/plank fencing. 

J265,000-MLS# 1120824-Call Jaye. 



106Toadvide Ln. Very nice 3 BR/2 BA Fleet- 
wood home on permanent foundation situated 
on 10 acres w/2 car det. garage and a small barn. 


Toadvile Lane is a shared drive for a short distance. 
Ready to move into! $124,900 • Call Nancy. 






15 Carnation | 
Court Nice 
home in Cedar | 
Brook on first 
street, with 
3BRand1 

BA. Home has been totally remodeled. New roof 
and all. Come take a look. Ready to move into. 

$89,000. MLS# 1203137 • Call Sherry 


99 Juniper 
. Dr. Nice 
• home for a 
j couplejust 
starting 

I out or ready to downsize! 3 BR/1 BA brick home, 
kitchen/dining combo, all appliances stay. Home 
has a metal shop building and another storage 
building. $87,500 • Call Jeannie 


5377 Blue Licks Pk. Nice brick ranch on 5± 
level acres. 3 BR/1 BA, LR w/FP, eat-in kit., full 
unfin. bsmt. w/half bath, sunroom, barn 8( 
enough room for a horse. Add'l lot across road 
included. MLS# 1117894 $150,000 - Call Nancy. 


1004 Smalley 
Branch Very nice 
4BR,2.5 BA home 
on a full basement 
with 18± acres 
of beautiful land, 
barn and lots of nature trees. Home is located 
minutes from town in a quiet country setting. 
$189,000 • MLS# 1203348 • Call Nancy. 



780 Mann Lane (Robertson Co.) Very nice home 
in excellent condition on 10.8 acres. Just minutes 
from US68 or Maysville. Less than 1 hour to Lexing- 
E ton. 3 BR/2 BA, 1 car garage, landscaped. Reduced 
to $79,000 • MLS# 920622 • Call Nancy 



235 Stokely Dr. - PRICE REDUCED!!! Spacious 
multi purpose bldg, with 5000 sq. ft. of space 
situated on 7.8 acres in town. MLS# 1011536 • 
$255,000-Call Nancy. 



LEGAL NOTICE 

MASTER COMMISSIONER’S SALE 


Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Har¬ 
rison Circuit Court on March 7, 2012 in Civil Action No. 11- 
CI-00326 Central Bank & Trust Co., successor by merger 
to Central Bank, FSB, Plaintiff, vs. Troy D. Chapman and 
Unknown Tenant(s) if any, of 269 Brushy Fork Road, Cyn¬ 
thiana, Kentucky, Defendants, the Master Commissioner of 
the Harrison Circuit Court will sell at public auction to the 
highest and best bidder at the front door of the Harrison County 
Courthouse, in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on Friday, April 6, 2012, 
at 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

269 Brushy Fork Road 

PARCEL 1: Beginning at a sugar tree corner to L. D. McCau¬ 
ley line and corner to W. E. Fryman line N 83 V 2 W. 16.60 poles 

to Hickory tree and gum, thence N. 10 E. 74.56 _19.06 

poles to a stone, same thence S. 88 E. 47 V 2 poles to a stone 
corner to same, thence N. 17 E. 17.20 poles to stone corner to 
same, thence S. 15 3/00 E. 17 16/100 poles to stone, thence S. 
E. 5.64 poles to Hickory corner to L. D. McCauley; thence S. 3 
W 90.64 poles to the beginning, containing 42.44 acres. 

POSSIBLE EXCEPTION: It cannot be determined without a 
full and detailed survey of both parcels of land, but there may 
be excepted from the above described property a parcel of land 
conveyed to Robin A. Kern and Lisa A. Kern, then husband 
and wife, by deed from Janice Weinel Brandenburg, et ux., 
dated April 12, 1991 and recorded in Deed Book 187, Page 
748; and the same property Lisa Ann Ramsey (f/k/a Lisa A. 
Kern), single, conveyed her interest to Robin A. Kern, by deed 
dated May 9, 1994 and recorded in Deed Book 201, Page 432, 
more particularly described as follows: 

BEGINNING at a point in center of road at top of Sosby hill; 
thence N. in the center of old road to foot of hill in center of 
road; thence S. with the line of Samuel Sosby to center of New 
Road; thence E. with new road to the beginning, CONTAIN¬ 
ING TWO ACRES, more or less. 

PARCEL 3: All that certain tract or parcel of land, lying and 
being located in Harrison County, Kentucky; and situated on 
the west side of Brushy Fork Road and more particularly de¬ 
scribed as follows: 

Unless stated otherwise, any monument referred to herein as 
an “iron pin” is a set #4 rebar, eighteen (18”) inches in length, 
with an orange cap stamped “Darnell 3553.” All bearings stat¬ 
ed herein are referenced to Plat Cabinet 3, Sheet 65D. 

Beginning at a found PK. Nail in the center of an abandoned 
county road, a comer to John David Smith & Annice M. Smith 
(D.B. 199, Pg. 498 & PC. 3, Sh. 65D) and Robin A. Kern (D.B. 
201, Pg. 438); said point lying N. 06*28’26” W. 1211.81 feet 
from the intersection of Brushy Fork Road and Salem Pike; 
thence with said Kern (D.B. 201, Pg. 438) N. 08*30’52” W. 
43.20 feet to a Mag Nail and N. 03*43’08” E. 76.41 feet to a 
Mag Nail in the center of Brushy Fork Road; thence with the 
center of said road and with a new division line through Robin 
A. Kem (D.B. 187, Pg. 748) for five calls as follows: (1) S. 
26*48’04” E. 80.36 feet to a Mag Nail; (2) S. 30*34’51” E. 
59.18 feet to a Mag Nail, (3) S. 39*38’28” E. 56.40 feet to a 
Mag Nail, (4) S. 51*36’45” E. 57.48 feet to a Mag Nail, and 
(5) S. 64*36’ 19” E. 70.11 feet to a found PK. Nail in the line 
of John David Smith & Annice M. Smith (D.B. 199, Pg. 498 
& PC. 3, Sh. 65D); thence with an abandoned county road 
and said Smith for three calls as follows: (1) N. 79*38’00” 
W. 119.10 feet to a point, (2) N. 62*36’00” W. 63.46 feet to a 
point, (3) N. 29*53’00” W. 71.80 feet to the point of beginning 
containing an area of 0.260 acre, 11,305.41 square feet; more 
or less, and being subject to any and all easements or right-of- 
way of record and in existence and in accordance with a survey 
and plat by Allen Patrick Darnell, PE, PLS on October 5, 2004. 
See Plat recorded in Plat Cabinet 4, Sheet 225. 

Being the same property conveyed to Troy D. Chapman, a 
single person, by deed from Robin A. Kern and Tracie Kem, 
husband and wife, dated November 4, 2004 and recorded in 
Deed Book 279, Page 799, in the Office of the Harrison County 
Clerk. 

The property is being sold to produce a sum sufficient to satis¬ 
fy the judgments and liens as follows: (a) The costs of this ac¬ 
tion, including the Master Commissioner’s fee, appraiser’s fee 


and advertising costs; and (b) Judgment for the Plaintiff, Cen¬ 
tral Bank & Trust Co., successor by merger to Central Bank, 
FSB, on Count 1 in the amount of $192,259.18 plus interest at 
the rate of 11.125% per annum from September 28, 2011 until 
paid, plus any additional costs expended by Plaintiff to protect 
or preserve the property until sale date, (c) Judgment for the 
Plaintiff, Central Bank & Tmst Co., successor by merger to 
Central Bank, FSB, on Count 11 in the amount of $15,829.61 
plus interest accming at the highest prime rate at large U.S. 
money center banks that is published in The Wall Street Jour¬ 
nal, from October 3, 2011 until paid, plus any additional costs 
expended by Plaintiff to protect or preserve the property until 
sale date, (d) Real Estate taxes, plus interest and penalties, if 
any, for taxes assessed for the year 2011 and previous years, (e) 
Plaintiff’s Court costs and attorney fees. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and condi¬ 
tions: (1) The property shall be sold free and clear of all liens 
and claims of the parties to this action; (2) The purchaser shall 
be required to pay the sum of 10% of the purchase price in 
cash, certified funds or by other immediately verifiable collect¬ 
able medium of exchange acceptable to the Commissioner, on 
the day of sale to apply on the purchase price; (3) The balance 
of the purchase price shall be due and payable within sixty (60) 
days after the day of sale; (4) The purchaser shall be required 
to execute a bond with good and sufficient surety thereon as 
approved by the Commissioner to secure the unpaid portion of 
the purchase price, the bond to bear interest at the rate of 12% 
per annum from the day of sale until paid, the bond to have the 
same force and effect as a judgment and shall remain a lien on 
the property as additional security until the purchase price is 
paid in full; (5) In the event that the Plaintiff is the success¬ 
ful purchaser, it shall be entitled to a credit on its judgment 
against the purchase price and shall only be obligated to pay 
court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, 
and any real estate taxes payable pursuant to this order, and in 
that event, no bond shall be required; (6) The purchaser shall 
have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase 
price or paying the bond before maturity by paying the balance 
of the principal together with all accrued interest thereon until 
the date of payment; (7) The purchaser shall obtain posses¬ 
sion of the property upon confirmation of the sale by the Court 
and payment of the purchase price in full; (8) All ad valorem 
taxes on the property for calendar year 2012 and all subse¬ 
quent years shall be assumed and paid by the purchaser. All 
real property taxes due and owing to Harrison County or the 
City of Cynthiana for 2011 and prior years will be paid from 
the proceeds of sale. If any tax bills have been sold to third 
parties under a Certificate of Delinquency under KRS Chapter 
134, the purchaser of the property will receive a credit against 
the purchase price for an amount equal to the sum paid to the 
County Clerk by the third party for the tax bill with the pur¬ 
chaser then being responsible for redemption of the Certificate 
of Delinquency including any additional interest, costs, fees or 
charges allowed by law; (9) The property shall be sold subject 
to any assessment for public improvements levied against the 
property and subject to all rules and regulations enforced by 
the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning and Zon¬ 
ing Commission, all applicable health and safety regulations, 
all restrictions and easements thereon appearing of record in 
the Harrison County Court Clerk’s Office, governmental laws 
and regulations affecting the property, and shall be subject to 
any unrecorded easements, discrepancies or conflicts in bound¬ 
ary lines, shortage in area and encroachments, if any there be, 
which an accurate and complete survey or an inspection of the 
property would disclose; (10) The purchaser shall bear the risk 
of loss on the improvements on the property and the risk of 
loss shall pass to the purchaser as of the day and time of sale; 
(11) The property shall be sold with any improvements thereon 
“as is”; and (12) The property shall be sold subject to such 
right of redemption as may exist in favor of the United States 
of America pursuant to 28 USC Section 2410, and the right of 
redemption of the Defendants. 

All bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 
Attorneys: 

Hon. Martin B. Tucker Hon. John Lair 

Attorney for Plaintiff Master Commissioner 

Harrison Circuit Court 


From RECORDS page B4 

that he had been receiving 
several harassing texts and 
calls from a past girlfriend. 

March 12 - At 10 a.m., 
Minnie McKinney report¬ 
ed that Dish Network was 
threatening to shut off her 
cable due to an unpaid bill at 
a location that was not hers. 

March 7 - Robert Dennis 
reported that someone broke 
into his garage and took two 
chainsaws, two air tools and 
a 100 foot extension cord. 

March 1 - At 4 p.m., 
William Conley reported that 
Robert Fryman Jr. came to 
him for work and he paid 
him $50 and claimed Fryman 
never came back to do the 
work. 

March 11 - At 12:45 p.m., 
Roy Copes reported that 
Berla Whitaker had been 


biten by a dog that belonged 
to Jeremy Hill. 

March 12 - At 12:27 p.m., 
Kevin Harman reported that 
an ex-girlfriend filled a pre¬ 
scription and taken it without 
his permission. 

CITATIONS 

March 11 - At 11:52 p.m., 
an arrest warrant was served 
on Jason Adkins, 24, for sec¬ 
ond degree burglary. 

March 12 - At 2:36 p.m., 
an arrest warrant was served 
on Joshua Bell, 33, for sec¬ 
ond degree assault and third 
degree terroristic threaten¬ 
ing. 

March 12 - At 3:08 p.m., 
an arrest warrant was served 
on Brian Wasson, 22, for 
receiving stolen property 
under $10,000. 

March 14 - At 1:05 p.m., 
a bench warrant was served 
on Paula Smith, 41, for being 


in contempt of court. 

March 14 - At 1 p.m., a 
criminal summons was 
issued for Linda King, 45, for 
second degree possession 
of a forged instrument. 

March 15 - At 10:15 a.m., 
Herbert Franklin, 60, was 
cited for expired tags and 
failure to produce an insur¬ 
ance card. 

March 15 - At 11:30 a.m., 
a criminal summons was 
issued for James Franklin, 
23, for harassment. 

March 8 - At 2:15 p.m., a 
bench warrant was served 
on Susan Long, 50, for sec¬ 
ond degree of possession of 
a forged instrument. 

March 10 - At 2:23 p.m.. 
Crystal Cowan, 32, was 
arrested for fourth degree 
assault and operating on a 
suspended license. 


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8138 U.S. Hwy. 62 Nice older 3 BR 
farm style home. Beautiful country 
setting. $62,000 • Call John. 




2856 N. Robinson-Berry Rd. Ihis 
3-5 BR, 2 BA home is in like-new 
condition. 2 Car attached garage, 
full finished basement, new carpet. 

$150,000 •Call John 




119 Bradford Dr. - Grandview 3 

BR/2 BA ranch style home just min¬ 
utes from elem., school, shopping. 
Great older neighborhood, mature 
trees. $109,500 •Call John. 



5146 KY.Hwy.356 -Country4 
BR, 2 BA ranch, 2-1/2 acres, repl. 
windows, metal roof, berber carpet, 
patio, deck and storage bldg. 

$124,000-MLS#! 120828- 
Call: Beverly 


103 W. Birchwood Ct. Nice 3 BR 
brick ranch home in good repair. 

$72,000 •Call John 


101 Cladorbon (Western Hills) 

SPRING IS HERE/MOIIVAIED SELLER 
3 BR, 2 BA, bonus room, garage. 

Call Judy 588-5206 $110,000 


4605 Ky Hwy 36 East: NEW 

PRICE: Enjoy this cozy, confortable, 
airy all electric home, tree shaded 
yard, covered patio, 5 ACRES, barn, 
4 stalls, 2 kennel rooms, minutes 
from Cynthiana. $224,300 • Call 
Judy 588-5206. 



802 Apple Lane UNIQUE LIVING 
EXPERIENCE/PEACE AND QUIEI: 3 
BR, 2 BA passive solar home, all 
appliances, 76 ACRES, joins Beaver 
Creek for bass fishing, wildlife, 
raised bed garden. Don't miss out! 
$375,000-Call Judy 588-5206 


Building Lot: $32,500 3838 US 62 
W. near Russell Cave intersection, 
one ACRE. Call Judy 588-5206 


$170,000: 4967 PinHookRd (Rob¬ 
ertson Co) updated farm house, 
combination barn, 4 stalls, 50 
ACRES, fronts on North Fork Licking 
River. Call Judy or John 


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415 E. Bridge St. 2 Story brick, 
3-4BR,1 full, 2 half BA, formal 
dining/french doors, FP/gas logs, 
full bsmt., deck, det. 2 car garage. 

$149,000 • Call Beverly Cooper, 
859-954-0606 



135 Southland Dr. $137,500 

Open floor plan brick/vinyl sided 
ranch, 3 BR, 2 BA, 2 car garage, 
metal roof, hardwood floors, 

ceramictile.MLS#1110452Call: 
Beverly Cooper 859-954-0606 



271 Culpepper Dr. Country Club 
Estates, backs up to golf course. 

Lake view tri-level home w/ 
sunroom and 2 car att. garage. New 
kit. in '08.2 FPs, gas logs in one, 3-4 
BR, 3 BA. $225,000 •Call: Beverly 
Cooper, 859-954-0606 



2681 N. Robinson/Berry Rd. 

2,250 fin. sq. ft., split foyer vinyl 
sided home on 2 acre country lot. 
3-5 BR, 2 BA, 10x25 deck. Call: 
Beverly Cooper, 859-954-0606 



419 E. Pleasant Street • $98,900 
Very attractive 3 BR, 2 BA home. 
MLS #1120435 •Contact any 
Whalen & Company agent. 




859-234-5454 • 1-888-WHALENS 
101S. Walnut St. 
Cynthiana, Kentucky 


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$78,000 237 S.Ihomas Pk.-frailer, 
workshop, storage blg..Call John. 
$50,000-3871 Salem - Call John. 
$99,5001619 S.Ky. Hwy. 19-2 BR/ 
2 BA singlewide. Call John. 
$115,000-369 Rutland Rd.-12 
Acres, 66 X 80 metal shop/barn with 
apartment. Call Beverly 
COMMERCIAL: 308 N. Main, Bank 
building/47 space lot. Call Beverly. 

LOTS 


48 ACRES -THOMAS 5 ACRES- BLDG LOT 
RD-ROBERTSON -WAITS RD-HARR 

CO-$69,000 CO-$40,000 


12 AC -BLDG. LOT/ 5 ACRES -COUNTY 
POND-CROWS LINE RD-HARR/ 

RIDGE RD-HARR SCOTT LINE-$22,500 | 

CO.-$39,000 


2 ACRES -SNOW 
RD-HARR CO- 


17 ACRES -BLDG 

LOT / CROWS RIDGE $15,000 _ I 

RD-HARR-$45,000 2 ACRES -1054 LAE- 

20 ACRES -BLDG EERTY PIKE-HARR 

LOT-CROWS RIDGE CO-$17,500 

RD-HARR CO- 1 ACRES -HWY 32 

_ NEARCONNERSVILLE 


-$14,500 


CITY LOG -110 POP- 


5-1/2 AC LOTS 
-COUNTRY CLUB 
ESTATES-$42,000 lAR ST.-$15,500 
EACH I 

Call Beverly Cooper, 859-954-0606 


Whalen 


& Company 


;ate and insurance 
Since 1953 


%Auto-Owners Insurance 


kTi |The Motorists Insurance | 
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION 

Saturday, March 24th - 9:30 am 

Sale Site: 1833 S. Main Street, Paris, KY (McConnell Auction Center) 

** BRING YOUR AUCTION ITEMS IN TODAY ** 

"Vehicles, Electric CTM Cart, Trucks, Bobcat, Bass Tracker Boat, 
John Deere Tractor, New Holland Tractor, Utility Trucks, Plumbing 
Equipment & Tools, Work Vans, Electric Lift, CASE Skid Steer, Dump 
Truck, 5th Wheel Camper, Office Furniture, Supplies & Much More" 


Saturday (March 24th) 9:30 am - "CTM" HS-2850 Electric Cart with variable speeds; LEER 
Fiberglass Truck Topper: 40 ft Storage Container; FARM MACHINERY • NEW HOLLAND Diesel 
Tractor #TC35D (226 hrs) with 2000 WOODS Front End Loader (#L012, Serial # 70868); 2000 WOODS 
#GT72 Roto-tiller attachment (Serial # 744519, pto); WOODS 6' Bushhog, pto; 1997 JOHN DEERE 
5400 Diesel Utility Tractor (4wd, 855 actual hours, 68.4 hp, working tach, operator’s manual, excellent 
condition, PIN #LV5400E643834); HUSKEE Riding Lawnmower, 20hp 46" cut; 2004 JOHN DEERE 
Gator Model 6x4, 4wd, (serial #W006X4X075235, kawasaki 617cc liquid-cooled V-Twin 2 cylinder 
gasoline engine rated at 18hp, 160 actual hrs); 2001 WOODS model #M2560 60” deck zero turn mower, 
(serial #742891, kohler command air-cooled 725cc, V-Twin 2 cylinder gasoline engine rated at 25hp, 
894 actual hrs); 2008 TORO Z4200 model #74360 42" deck aero turn mower, (serial #280011108, 
kohler 1 cylinder Twin Cam, OHV gasoline engine rated @ 19hp); HUSKEE Rototiller5 hp(rear); BOAT 
- BASS TRACKER Runabout Tournament V17 Boat & Tracker Trailstar Boat Trailer with (Mariner 
Tracker Pro-Series 60hp motor, Motor Guide ProSeries 54 lbs Thrust Trolling Motor, Eagle Fish I.D.); 
Motor Guide 30 Tracker trolling motor; VEHICLES, TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT - 2006 FORD Five 
Hundred Sedan; 2012 KEYSTONE Cougar 324 RLB 5th Wheel Camper; 2000 FORD F-150XLT Triton 
V8 Ext Cab 4x4 Truck; 2003 FORD F-250 XL Super Duty Truck w/Knapheide Utility Bed; 2001 FORD F- 
250 XL Super Duty Triton V8 Truck w/Knapheide Utility Bed; 2003 FORD F-150 XL Triton V8 Truck; 
2000 FORD F-150 XL Triton V8 Truck; 2010 GATOR 18" x 7' TANDEM TRAILER (24" dovetail and 5" 
Ramps); 2002 FORD E-250 Econoline Van; 1997 FORD F-150 XL PU; 2001 CHEVY Extended Van; 
2003 FORD F-150 XLT Triton V8 Super Crew 4x4 Truck w/camper top; 1999 CHEVY 2500 Express 
Van; 1999 CHEVY 3500 Express Cargo Van; 2003 CHEVY 2500 Extended Express Van; 2001 
TOYOTA Rav4 SUV; 1995 FORD E-250 Van; 1991 FORD F-700 Flat Bed Dump Truck; 1987 GMC 35 
Value Van (Step Van) Truck; 1995 FORD Explorer; 2001 FORD F-150 XL Truck; 2001ISU2U NPR14' 
Box Truck; 2001 YAMAHA V-Star Classic 1 lOOcc MC (13,508 miles); 2002 VOLKSWAGEN Jetta; 1996 
FORD Club Wagon; JEEP Cherokee; BOBCAT Turbo #773 G-Series (#519018952) w/66” bucket; 
Backhoe attachment (model #709FDS, Seriai #584102189) w/12" and 24” buckets; Ditchwitch 
attachment 72"; (4) extra wheels/tires; LOEGERING steel tracks: Forklift attachment: 1982 220 
HOLMES Wrecker Boom; PLUMBING EQUIPMENT & TOOLS - DeWALT D25980 Jack Hammer w/bits 
& cart (Serial #D05227); LINCOLN Electric AC-225 welder; Mobile MK Pneumatic Concrete Saw; Mobile 
TROY-BILT 5550 watt generator, 10 hp (8550 starting watts); mobile The SLING dethawing machine, 
Serial #930449 (soldering & silverblazing), Decatur Mfg. Co; Several RIDGID 300 electric pipe threader, 
(speed chuck) #1206 Tristand; Several MAKITA concrete saws #CPC7321: Shop-vacs (6 & 12 gals); 
WAYNE 4hp semi-trsah pump w/HONDA 4hp engine; several spotlight w/stands; BOSCH jack hammer: 
ELECTRIC EEL Sewer Jetting Machine, Mode! #2500, Serial #1005; SPEEDROOTER #90 Power Drain 
Cleaner, Serial #X7S0669; ELECTRIC EEL Drain Cleaner, Model D-5, Serial #1128; OKI Bering Cart 
w/acetylene & oxygen with cutting torch; welding mask; POWER TOOLS, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT - 
PRO-TECH Contractor #CS7212 Chop Saw; SIMMONS # 802 yard 2’ bury hydrants; HUSKEE Fiojet 25 
gal spot sprayer; LINCOLN Electric AC/DC Arc Welder; GUARDIAN power charger; Nail Guns 
(BOSTITCH, SENCO); WERNER 24' fiberglass extension ladder; 8' aluminum stepladder; Chainsaws 
(STIHL #MS290, CRAFTSMAN. HOMELITE Super XL); saw horses; SCHUMACHER dual rate battery 
charger; grease guns; gas tanks; aluminum Jon boat; Saddles (English & Western): saddle stand; some 
tack: CAMPBELL-HAUSFIELD air compressor; BOSCH hammer drill; Port-a-heat salamander; 
MILWAUKEE drills; CRAFTSMAN tool chest; Lg CHARGE AIR-PRO upright air compressor; shovels; 
dremei tool; senders (belt, orbit); SKIL table saw & wrench; hammers (claw, ballpeen, rubber, brass); 
grinders; many hand tools; B&D 8" polisher; CRAFTSMAN dual motion sander; CRAFTSMAN cordless 
drill & skill saw; CRAFTSMAN reciprocating saw; EX-CELL pressure washer w/HONDA 2000 PSI 
GX160 Engine; UNIVERSAL bench grinder; CRAFTSMAN 16 gal. wet/dry vacuum; DANDY hydraulic 
platform lift (1100 Ib capacity); SHINDAIWA Homer Pro 22T weed eater; wrenches (crescent, open, box, 
alien, plumbers); Tanks carl; metal car ramps; hack saws; many, many tools too numerous to mention; 
OFFICE FURNITURE/EQUIPMENT - paper shredder; metal and wood filing cabinets (2,4 & 5 drawer); 
HP Laser Jet 3052 (Printer, Scanner, Copier); brother #1360 fax; metal storage cabinet w/shelving; (2) 
large drafting tables; (2) wingback tufted chairs; round dinette table w/7 chairs; several executive Chairs 
& Desks; halltree; several office chairs; matching bookcases; stool; DELL (Optiplex 740 tower, keyboard 
& monitor); CANON Multipass MP390 copier; credenzas; FELLOWES Powershred 220cc: SENTRY 
Electronic Fire Safe; some offce supplies; MERIDIAN Phones; _ 


TERMS: Sales Are Final, 
A If Purchases A re **A s 
Is”!!! Payment \s Due Day 
of Sale. Look on out 
l^ebsite AuctionZip.com 
fti0943for f DLL TERMS! 
VIEWING: March 24th 
from 8:00 to 9:30 am: 


McConnell Real Estate, Inc. 

Bill T. McConnell - Broker/Auctioneer 

(859)987-3212 AuctionZip.com ID: 110943 (859)252-2018 

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B6-The Cynthiana Democrat - March 22,2012 


The Cynthiana Democrat - March 22,2012-B7 


Services provided in 
confidence by an 
experienced & 
qualified staff. For 
both adults & children. 


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Karen Adams, M.A. 

209 E. Pike St. MaribethJ. Thomas 

Cynthiana Licensed Professional Counseling Associate 
ASSOCIATES 859.234.0026 Perry Bohanoit, MSN, APRN-BC 
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner 

Robert Newcomb, LPCA 


Stop by and 
have a pizza 


or 


stromboli & 

Harrison^ 

Watch the 

Square NA / 

Cats with us! 

Cynthiana 

859-234-2328 


201 E. BRIDGE STREET 
Cynthiana, KY 


859-234-6170 


WWW.BRIDGESTAUTO.COM 


Rehab to Home • Assisted Living • Memory Care 
Skilled Nursing • Outpatient Therapy Services 



ACedar 

•Ridge 

Ts 




Assisted Living 
& Health Center 

1217 U.S. Hwy. 62E, Cynthiana, Ky 

(859) 234-2702 


For AU )jour (SlCAA Swee+s 



hr' 


Speciality Cakes 
Edible Arrangements 
Donuts • Scones • Cakes 
Cupcakes • Cookies 
and more 


' TT's SiA 2 i?i?ts 

^^211 E. Pike St, Cynthiana 
859.234.2253 • Mon.-Fri. 6-7 • Sat 8-4 


-Kitchen Cdoiifits ^ Free Estimates 

Variety of cabinets to tit any budget Fully insured 
- I Total Kitchen Remodeling^ Dependable 

It , Total Remodeling 

— References Available 
Home Builders 
Association Member 



We are a distributor of Marsh Cabinets 

Cabinets, 


HFC 


Don Grose 
(859)298-0005 
. ^ Judy Grose-Office 

Inc. Cynthiana Member (859)235-0764 



Odciville Avenue 

A Full Automotive Repair Shop 

ASE C e rtifi e d 

Rick^s Towing Service « 859-588-3882 


859-235-9446 

Hours; Monday-Friday 8:00 - 5:30 



Mark Trachsel 

Financial Advisor 

Edwardjones 

MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING 

136 East Pike Street 
P.O. Box 835 • Cynthiana, KY 41031 
Bus. 859-234-0368 

TF Fax 888-291-5738 • TF 888-335-6275 
www.edwardjones.com 


For Anything To 
Catered, 
-D Call Us! 


Donna Kay Batson 

(859) 234-8801 
859-588-5986 
E-mail: 

nurseDB \916@ aol. com 



All Your Catering Needs^ 
Lie #65483 


At Eastside Pharmacy, 
your business is a -■ 

personal 

matter. 

Eastside Pharmacy 

430 E Pleasant St, Cynthiana • 859-234-6800 

We accept most insurance Plans 


Service Department open 
M-F 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. • Sat. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 

• Diesel or Gasoline engine 
specialists 

• Certified ASE technicians onsite 

• All makes and models 

• No job too big or small 



b/in ruMMins 

I^RISJO^^^HEVROLET^BUI^ 


1020 Martin Luther 
KingJr.Blvd., Paris, KY 
(859) 987-4353 




Farm Credit Services 

OF MID-AMERICA 


We help invest in your dreams! 
Real Estate | Operating | Equipment 

Loans, Leases and Crop Insurance k 

1-800-444-FARM | www.e-farmcredit.com I 

Farm Credit Services of Mid-America is an equal opportunity provider. 





Car Plates • T-Shirts / Uniforms - Truck Lettering - Magnetics 
Digital & Vinyl Banners • Window Lettering • Signs 
Full Color Decals - Wall Art - Logo Design / Graphics 
Trophies > Ribbons « Awards • Personalized Gifts 

S/sht, Lu 

127-4 N. Court Street Georgetown, KY 

502.863.5100 


Liddng Valley Dental 
859-234-3323 

Christopher Kerns, D.M.D. 

114 S. Main St., Cynthiana 
www.lickingvalleydental.coni 



Casey Kerns, Dr. Kerns, Brenda Dennis, 
Kendra Skidmore, Judy McCown 


Bluegrass 


Discount Tobacco 


Cigarettes Premium Cigars 


Pipes & Pipe Tobacco Chewing Tobacco 


1281 N Main St., Williamstown 859-824-0969 


1204 W Shelby St., Falmouth 859-654-2386 



FIRST ROUND 

March 15-16 


Kentucky 

1 

Miss. Valley St/W.Ky. 

16 

Iowa State 

8 

UConn 

9 

Wichita State 

5 

veu 

12 

Indiana 

4 

New Mexico St. 

13 

UNLV 

6 

Colorado 

11 

Baylor 

3 

South Dakota St. 

14 

Notre Dame 

7 

Xavier 

10 

Duke 

2 

Lehigh 

15 

Michigan State 

1 

LIU Brooklyn 

16 

Memphis 

8 

Saint Louis 

9 

New Mexico 

5 

Long Beach State 12 

Louisville 

4 

Davidson 

13 

Murray State 

6 

Colorado State 

11 

Marquette 

3 

BYU/lona 

14 

Florida 

7 

Virginia 

10 

Missouri 

2 

Norfolk State 

15 



SECOND ROUND 
March 17-18 


REGIONALS SEMIFINALS 

March 22-23 March 24-25 March 31 


NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 
April 2 


SEMIFINALS REGIONALS 

March 31 March 24-25 March 22-23 


Kentucky 


Iowa State 


Kentucky 


veu 


Indiana 


Indiana 



SECOND ROUND 
March 15-16 


Syracuse 


MANIA 


Syracuse 


Kansas State 


Vanderbilt 


Wisconsin 


SOUTH 

ATLANTA 


Colorado 


Baylor 


Baylor 


Xavier 


Lehigh 


Xavier 


Michigan St. 


Saint Louis 


Michigan St. 


New Mexico 


Louisville 


Louisville 


WEST 

PHOENIX 



EAST 

BOSTON 


Wisconsin 


Cincinnati 


Cincinnati 


Florida St. 


Gonzaga 


Ohio State 


Ohio State 


North Carolina 


N.Carolina 


Creighton 


South Florida 


Ohio 


Murray State 


Marquette 


Marquette 


Florida 


Norfolk State 


Florida 


2012 


Men’s Division 1 

BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENT 


MIDWEST 

ST. LOUIS 


Ohio 


NC State 


NC State 


Georgetown 


Purdue 


Kansas 


Kansas 


1 

FIRST ROUND 

March 17-18 

Syracuse 

16 

UNC Asheville 

8 

Kansas State 

9 

Southern Miss. 

5 

Vanderbilt 

12 

Harvard 

4 

Wisconsin 

13 

Montana 

6 

Cincinnati 

11 

Texas 

3 

Florida State 

14 Saint Bonaventure 

7 

Gonzago 

10 

West Virginia 

2 

Ohio State 

15 

Loyola (Md.) 

1 

North Carolina 

16 

Lamar/Vermont 

8 

Creighton 

9 

Alabama 

5 

Temple 

12 California/So. Fla. 

4 

Michigan 

13 

Ohio 

6 

San Diego State 

11 

N.C. State 

3 

Georgetown 

14 

Belmont 

7 

St. Mary’s 

10 

Purdue 

2 

Kansas 


Your Local Paving Contractor 

Serving Central Kentucky's Needs for over 65 years 



Asphalt Paving • Farm Roads 
Commercial • Residential 
Industrial • Tennis Courts 


■H’inkle 


For a free estimate call 
Lockhart Hinkle 
859-707-6477 
Contracting Company, LLC Office 859-987-3670 
www.hinklecontracting.com 


Choose aTOP AUCTIONEER 

Doug worked hard at officiating and 
playing_basketball; he also works hard 
to get you top dollar for 
your auctions! 



Palmer-Hampton 

AGENCY 

REAL ESTATE • AUCTIONS • INSURANCE 

110S. Main Street, Cynthiana 
859-234-1120 • www.palmerhannpton.com 



1 Sheri, Trace 

ly, Phil, Paul and Alex 

Sports injury'! 

? 

See the 
professionais 
at HMH'S . 




Harrison Memorial Hospital 
CL Regional Healthcare Facility 

Call (859) 235-3553 


Home 

Cnampions 


Local Dealer 




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We do business face to face 




s SOUTHERN STATES 
LP GAS 


Feed • Seed • Fence • Fertilizer • Vegetable Seed 


0 SOUTHERN STATES 


Cynthiana Co-op' Railroad Avenue 

859-23A-2161 S 



Town Tax 
Center 


Leslie Kenner 
Tax & Bookkeeping Services 
107 Frazier Court, Ste ID, Georgtown 
859-806-5444 
LeslieKenner@bellsouth.net 



WWW. amer s onfarms. com 

MON.- SAT 9. a.m.- 6 p.m. SUN 12 p.m.- 5 p.m. 


Ewalt Jewelers 
on Main 


Formerly Whalen Jewelers 

136 Main St., Cynthiana / ,• 

859-234-3741 

S P3SI Owner: Steve Ewalt 0 


15 


Detroit 



• Quiet & Peaceful 

• TouchTone Phones with 
Data Port 

• Remodeled Rooms 

• Air Conditioned 

CaUFor 

Reservatioiis: ' / 




• Wireless Internet Access 

• Micro/Fridge 

• Good Restaurants Nearby 

• Color TV. Cable, HBO 

• Major Cr. Cards Accepted 


U.S. 27 North • Cynihmnci, KY 



tCROWN 


Your Equine 
' Staffing Advantage 

800 Corporate Dr, Ste 103, Lexington 
859.223.4286 
www.crownequine.us 



You can get 
your nursing 
degree right 
herein 
Cynthiana. 


I 


W We offer two-year technical and transfer degrees that you can earn 
^ at your convenience - using day, evening, online and ITV Classes. 
LVC - 319 Webster Avenue, Cynthiana 

Health Science Extension 

1094 U.S. Hwy. 27S Suite A (Harrison Square) Cynthiana 

859.234.8626 Ext 66400 • niaysviiie.kctcs.edu 


licking Valley 
Campus 


XENTUeXY COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM 



LA-Z-BOY 


The Area’s Best Value in Quality Home Furnishings 

220-230 West Main St., Carlisle, Ky. 

859-289-2308 


Cynthiana 

TIRE 

Service 


Complete 
Auto & 
Truck 
Service 


INC. 



New Lair Road (Old RECC Grounds) 

(859) 234-4371 


Harrison Co. 
Auto Repair^^* 


wm- 209 Main St., Cynthiana • 234-0046 
Ij^I Dennis Motell, Owner • Open: M-F 8-5 



Call 859-234-2236 
to bookyour 
parties a ovents 

Cosmic Bowl 
Fri.&Sat.8pm-midnight 

Full service snack bar 
Tues.-Thurs.& Sun. 3-11 
Fri.& Sat. 3-midnight 


ifpsivaniANT 


Biancke's Station will be open for all UK tournament 
games. Call for details or check out the facebook page 
for the opening times and specials. 


DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS 


M-Sat.-7am-9pm • Sunday 7am-2pm 


In Basketball and in life. 
We're there when you need us. 



Dustin Rose 

Agency Manager 


3186 US Hwy 27 S. Farm Bureau is proud 

Cynthiana, KY41031 to be an official sponsor 
(859) 234-4514 of UK Athletics, 


mmemm 

liATriePlillL 


1 1=> 


Main Office 
101 E. Pike St., 
Cynthiana 

859-234-3100 



Drive-In Branch 220 S. Main Street 
Southside Branch 698 U.S. Hwy. 27S • 859-234-6642 
Paris Branch 2106 Rocky Drive, Paris • 859-987-3300 




Bnitllllction 

I General Contractors 

Committed toExcellence & Quality since 1974 

103 South Church St., Cynthiana 

(859) 234-6900 





Taat^PEci ALs 

Check Out Our Pool Packages 
Package Includ g;: 

•Filter System 
•Liner‘Ladder 
•Solar Cover ^ 



and much more! 


4223 Lexington Rd. 247 Evans Dr. 

Paris, KY Ml. Sterling, KY 

859-987-1775 859-498-7727 


E cen*s autos 

(HERE BUSINESS IS GREA 

OVER85VEHIC^SINgOaC 

)1 Main St., Paris, KY • Open: Mon.-Fri 8-6, Sat. 8-4 

187-0770 - WWW.KENSAUTOS.NET 



DAILEY'S BODY SHOP 
Automotive Specialists 

^Tom Dailey - Ownerl 
"Family owned] 
& operated 
since 1952" 


Are high deductibleskeeping 
you from getting yourcarfixed? 
Let us finance you on your 
deductible and getyou back 
on the road. We will tow your 
collision for free, and getyou 
in a rental and in touch quicker^ 
with your insura nee company.^ 
202 W. Pike St., 

Cynthiana, KY41031 
(859) 235-0004 



cynthiana 

wi^ooea 

Center 


. www.cynthianavisioncenter.con 


Dr. Brett A. Hines • Dr. Angela Scifres 
202 W. Pleasant St. • Cynthiana 
(859) 234-1424 • 1-800-264-3591 




Charles Nigg 

owner 

859.235.0005 206 South Main Street 

charlie(fl chasejky.com Cynthiana, KY 41031 

vvww.chasejky.com • Check Us Out On Facebook 



SHOP SHOOP - SHOP BOB 


CHEVROLET BUICK 
CHRYSLER JEEP 

DODGE RAM 



FRANK SHOOP 


Georgetown 


Bob Whitaker 
1470 Cherry Blossom Way 1-800-775-1089 


NOW THAT’S SOMETHING 
TO SMILE ABOOT! ^ 

Dentures you can afford! 

Now accepting: Delta Dental & Cigna Insurance. ^ i 

Repairs while you wait. Single-tooth implants. 

gtowndentalky.com 



orgetowiK.|| 

A M ^ ^ I McMeekin Plaza • 808 S. Bi 
^ ■ (5021 863-2106 


M-W&F8:30-5‘We 
accept Visa, MasterCard, 
Discover & feature Care 
Credit a no-interest 
payment plan 



Hdydon 


Equipment, Inc. 

40 Ky Hwy. 392 • Republican Pike 
Cynthiana, KY41031 
859-234-4621 



Vanhooi 

down-home hardware sinee 1903 
Pike Street, Downtown Cynth 
Open M-F 7:30-6; Sat. 8-5 
Plenty of parking 
behind store 

859-234-1844 




DMC Floss 
Quilting Supplies 
Patterns • Notions 


D 


Find us on: 

facebook. 


234'1846 

121 E. Pike St., Cynthiana Next to VanFlook Flardware 



V 1 

^ Cmtral I&rf^tlcy ' 

Family Pharmacy 

Friendy & Neighborly Service 

201 Boston Square - Georgetown, Kentucky 40324 
Rate Young, Pharmacist - Ph 502-863-0571 - 502-863-0552 


Like a good 
neighbor, f 
State Farm 
is there. 



MARC CAMMACK 

Agent Since 1972 
Harrison Square 
(859) 234-4682 

State Farm Insurance Companies • Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois 


RadioShack. 

You've got questions. We've got answers.* 


ATsT HTqiy 

wireless UwlML 


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NETWORK 




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DIRECTV. 33 WildBlue. 


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B8 The Cynthiana Democrat - March 22,2012 


www.cynthianademocrat.com 


^Cynthiana 


To Place An Ad 



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BY PHONE: 

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Farm Equipment.060 

Farmers Market.061 

Feed, Seed & Hay.059 

Horses.057 

Lawn & Garden.046 

Livestock.058 

Machinery & Tools.048 

Pet Services.056 

Pets.055 

Automotive 

Auto Parts & Services...040 

Autos.035 

Autos Wanted.039 

Boats.070 

Motorcycles & ATVs ...080 

RVs & Campers.065 

Sport Utility Vehicles .037 

Trucks.036 

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Real Estate 

Apartments for Rent ...120 

Auctions.050 

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Lots & Acreage.132 

Mobile Home Lots 

& Parks.105 

Mobile Home Rentals..110 
Manufactured 

Home Sales.115 

Real Estate Rentals.125 

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Resorts, 

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Yard Sales 

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Employment 

Business Opportunities..100 

Education.093 

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Merchandise 
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Odds & Ends 

Antiques.083 

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Building Materials.086 

Business & Service 

Directory.210 

Card of Thanks.010 

Child Care.097 

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Personals 


35 


Autos 


DIVORCE with or without 
children $125. Includes 
name change and property 
settlement agreement. 
SAVE hundreds. Fast and 
easy. Call 1-888-789-0198 
24/7 or www.Pay4Divorce. 
com 


2000 CADILLAC DEVILLE 

New Tires, New Brakes, 
Good Condition, All the 
Buttons. For Sale or Trade 
$4250, 859-298-5988 


2010 CHEVY COBALT LT, 

4-DR, AUTO, 4CYL, FWD, 
GREAT MPG, FACTORY 
WARRANTY! $11,398 
(877)-628-3651 


BUYING STANDING 
TIMBER hardwood. IVIn- 
imum 5 aaes. Eades 
Logging. (502) 484-5960 


RETIRED CARPENTER - 

will do small remodeling 
jobs and repair work. Call 
(859) 321-4013 leave mes¬ 
sage. 


48 


Machinery 
& Tools 


55 


Pets 


2011 CHEVY MALIBU LT, 

4-DR, PW/L, CRUISE, CD, 
GAS SIPPER, ROOMY, 
SHARP! $15,987 

(877)-628-3651 


6 


Notices 


2001 CHEVY S-10 
BLAZER 4X4, 4-Door, All 
Power, Cruise, 4.3 Engine, 
New Tires, Garage Kept 
$5000. 859-234-1612 or 

859-588-2257 


MINI COOPER CLUB¬ 
MAN, 1.6L, 4 CYL, ALL 
POWER, GREAT MPG! 
$15,955 (877)-628-3651 


CUSTOM BUSH HOGG¬ 
ING of any size. Harrison 
or adjoining counties. Call 
(859) 234-6937 or 
(859)298-8136 
Call after 10AM 


RICK’S ANTIQUE REFIN¬ 
ISHING For all your refin¬ 
ishing and repair needs. 
Upholstery Cleaning, Ricky 
Broderick, 859-749-8192 
ricksantiques@gmail.com 


ADVERTISERS: You can 

place a 25-word classified 
ad in 80 Kentucky newspa¬ 
pers for as little as $250 
with one order, one pay¬ 
ment. For information, con¬ 
tact the classified depart¬ 
ment of this newspaper or 
call KPS 1-502-223-8821. 


2004 VOLVO S60 2.5T, 

AUTO, 4-DOOR, LOW 
MILES, FULLY LOADED, 
NICE CAR! $10,987 
(877)-628-3651 


37 


Sport Utility 
Vehicles 


CUSTOM BUSH HOGG¬ 
ING: All sizes of jobs. Spe¬ 
cializing in Horse paddocks 
and small jobs. Harrison 
Co. area. Free Estimates. 
Sunday calls welcome. Call 
Jerry Craig (859)608-4376. 


CONCEALED WEAPONS 
INSTRUCTOR Charles 
Northcutt is scheduling a 
one day class for March. 
Call (859) 234-3940 


2005 MERCEDES BENZ 
S430, V8, LEATHER, SUN¬ 
ROOF & MORE, TOTAL 
LUXURY! $14,994 
(877)-628-3651 


2001 TOYOTA SEQUOIA - 

4x4; extra nice, one owner, 
garage kept. $7,600. (859) 
393-4567 


FIX OR REPLACE YOUR 
OLD GUTTER. We also do 
all types of home or farm 
repairs. (859) 351-3709 


TRINITY EXTERIORS 
Specialized in Roofing- 
ReRoofing, Gutters- 
Cleaning. Hanging, and 
Repairs, and Aluminum 
Siding - Installation and 
Repairs. Over 20 years 
experience. Free Esti¬ 
mates. 1-859-620-4255. 


ABSOLUTE AUCTION 
RETIREMENT sale of 
Ftoy Soards March 31st 
10:00 am 1023 Galloway 
Rd Stamping Ground KY, 
Selling farm machinery, 
hay equipment, wood 
working equipment, hand 
tools and much more. For 
rT»re information visit 
vwv w, me i nt os hauct ionco .0 
om or call McIntosh Auc¬ 
tion Corrpany 502 867 
3132 


AKC LABS - Black & yel¬ 
low, 8 \weeks old, first 
shots & wormed. $250 
each. Call (859) 391-3477 


CHICKS AND CHICKENS 

Healthy, beautiful, pure 
breed chicks hatched here 
on our farm are now availa¬ 
ble. Follow us on Facebook: 
www.facebook.com/ 
whistlingchicken Call/text 
859-322-9198 or email 
whistlingchicken@yahoo. 


57 Horses 


PALOMINO GELDING 

S950. Call 859-538-2796 


HEREFORD BULLS - cost 
share qualify. 18 mos. old. 
Sweet T Farm (859) 
484-2265. 


50 


Auctions 


TEAM OF SMALL 

Harness Horses and 
Wagon. If interested call 
859-948-4094. 


POLLED HEREFORD, 

Gelbvieh, Angus, and Cross 
bred bulls. Clifford Farms, 
(859) 234-6956. 


39 


Autos 

Wanted 


IN HOME APPLIANCE 
SERVICE - Cynthiana, KY. 
Servicing most brands. 
859-321-0738 


CONCEALED WEAPONS 
INSTRUCTOR Charles 
Northcutt is scheduling a 
class for ladies only for 
March 31st. Call (859) 
234-3940 


2005 FORD FREESTAR 
LIMITED, V6, FWD, 
7-PASSENGER, 
LEATHER, DUAL POWER 
SLIDERS, LOADED! 
$6,333 (877)-628-3651 


COLE’S USED AUTO 
PARTS - Buying cars & 
trucks for parts. Now Open 
9-5 Mon.-Sat. (859) 
588-0384 or 588-0321 


YODER’S CONSTRUC¬ 
TION - Amish carpenters. 
Will do all types of carpen¬ 
ter work. Drywall, interior & 
trim work. 30 yrs experi¬ 
ence. 859-967-9851 
7am-4pm 


NO RESERVE AUCTION- 

RSC Equipment Rental to 
sell semis, pickups, trailers, 
scissor lifts, and more to 
highest bidder March 27 
visit www.purplewave.com 


58 


Livestock 


PUREBRED CHAROLAIS, 

3 Bred Heifers, 6 Cows with 
Calves, & 7 Bred Cows, 
859-744-2104 or 859-595- 
4959. 


MYERS FENCE BUILDING 

- will build all types of fence. 
Free estimates. 

606-724-5201. 


14 


Eoterlainment 


2006 CHEVY SILVERADO 
1500 4.3, 67K MILES, 
AUTO, AM/FM, RUNS 
GREAT! $10,987 

(877)-628-3651 


40 


Auto Parts 
& Services 


NEED LIME? Call Stanley 
Northcutt, (859) 234-5105 
or (859) 588-3587. 


MUZIK-2-GO MOBILE D.J. 

Music for all 
occasions...wedding recep¬ 
tions, class reunions, 
parties...over 100,000 
songs available from 1940’s 
to present. Reasonable 
rates. (859) 588-3865 
muzik2go@hotmail.com 


2007 TOYOTA CAMRY 
SOLARA CONVERTIBLE 

SE,AUTO, PW/L, CRUISE! 
$14,994 (877)-628-3651 


2007 FORD EXPLORER 
XLT, V6, PW/L, CRUISE, 
ALLOS, 3RD ROW! 
$13,983 (877)-628-3651 


WILLI/WIS AUTO 

PARTS Buying junk cars 
& trucks, also do minor 
auto repair. Now buying 
aluminum wheels & bat¬ 
teries. Located on 322 S. 
Church Street, or call 
(859) 234-6112. 


NEED LOADER WORK? 
Dig ponds, basements, 
driveways. Clean out 
woodland, fence ro\NS, & 
more! Free estimates & 
references. Call Buddy 
Perraut Trucking 

859-588-3377 or 

859-234-9805. 


YOU PACK, WE MOVE! 

One item or a house full! 

Apartments, homes, 
offices, pianos, storage 
buildings, & small gun 
safes. Also load & unload 
UHaul trucks. Free esti¬ 
mates. Call CYNTHIANA 
MOVING SERVICES 859- 
234-1008 


TOLL FREE Classified 
Hotline turns unwanted 
items into cash. Sell it fast. 
1-866-234-5237. 


POULTRY SMALL ANI¬ 
MAL SWAP MEET, Mar. 
31st Paris Tractor Supply 
From 8-Noon. Free to eve¬ 
ryone, contact: Rodney @ 
859-298-5273. 


TOLL FREE Classified 
Hotline turns unwanted 
items into cash. Sell it fast. 
1 -866-234-5237. 


Please turn to 

CLASSIFIED ADS, pg. B9 


47 


Home 

Improvement 


45 


Services & 
Repairs 


SEPTIC TANK CLEANING, 

call 859-588-3587. 


TUCKER’S HOME 
IMPROVEMENT: 

Carpentry, painting, con¬ 
crete, and much more. Call 
(859) 321-0647. 



15 


Free Items 


2007 CHEVY TRAIL- 
BLAZER, 4WD, LOW 
MILES, PW/L, CRUISE, 
ALLOYS, VERY NICE! 
$15,955 (877)-628-3651 


953 CAT LOADER AND 
DUMP TRUCK SERVICE - 

For hire. 40 yrs experience. 
(859) 298-9785 


PUPPIES, KITTENS, 
DOGS & CATS - healthy. 
Shots & wormed. Public 
service organization. Fee 
for medical expenses. (859) 
654-5654 


2009 NISSAN ALTIMA S, 

4-DOOR, AUTO, 4CYL, 
ALL POWER, GREAT 
MPG! $15,955 

(877)-628-3651 


AMISH CREW WILL DO- 

Spray Painting, Barns, 
Fences. 859-274-5125. 


20 


Lost 


2009 KIA SORENTA LX, 

4X4, LOADED, ALLOYS, 
LOW MILES, FACTORY 
WARRANTY! $17,777 
(877)-628-3651 


B.M.B. CONSTRUCTION 

Roofing, Siding, Decks, 
Additions, Decks, Pole- 
barns, Remodel, all types 
of carpentry. 859-274- 
5125 


MISSING: Four Year Old 

Male Chocolate Lab, Last 
Place Seen was Dutch 
Chapel Road Area. He was 
wearing a green collar w/ 
Brooks Animal Clinic Tag, 
and he answers to 
“Rascal” He is a family pet 
to my three children, and 
they miss their friend. 
Please call 859-588-2465 
for any information that will 
help bring him home . 


2009 CHRYSLER PT 
CRUISER TOURING, 

FWD, 4-CYL, AUTO, ALL 
POWER, RUNS/RIDES 
GREAT! $11,444 

(877)-628-3651 


WANTED 


HUNTING LAND 
TO LEASE 


2010 KIA RIO, GAS SIP¬ 
PER, 4-DOOR, FACTORY 
WARRANTY, AUTO 
GREAT CONDITION! 
$10,984 (877)-628-3651 


TOP DOLLAR 
PAID 


TOLL FREE Classified 
Hotline turns unwanted 
items into cash. Sell it fast. 
1-866-234-5237. 


2010 FORD FOCUS S, 

4-DOOR, FACTORY WAR¬ 
RANTY, GREAT MPG, A 
STEAL AT $11,981 
(877)-628-3651 


Please call 
(859) 396-6524 


HELP WANTED 

Performance Pipe, a Division of Chevron Phillips 
Chemical Co, LP, Williamstown Plant, will be 
accepting applications for plant operations 
personnel. These positions require a minimum of 
3 years previous work experience in a 
manufacturing environment and a High School 
Diploma or GED. The work involves operating 
extrusion equipment, forklifts, high speed packing 
tools, requires the ability to utilize precision 
instruments such as micrometers, pi tapes, etc. 
These positions also requires lifting, standing and 
walking on concrete floor for 12 hour rotating 
shifts. The qualified candidate must be 
dependable, flexible in his/her work duties and 
must maintain high safety and quality standards. 
Starting rate is $13.96 up to $17.92 per hour, 
depending on experience. The plant normally 
operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER - M/F/H/V 
***APPLICANTS MUST GO THROUGH, THE ONE 
STOP NORTHERN KENTUCKY; KENTUCKY OFFICE 
OF EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING. YOU MAY FILL 
OUT AN APPLICATION AT ANY ONE OF THE 
KENTUCKY FULL SERVICE LOCATIONS.*** 


FOR MORE INFORMATION ON LOCATIONS, PLEASE GO TO: 

www.oet.ky.govwww.nkyonestop.orge3.ky.gov 


Kelly Services®, in partnership with Toyota Motor Manufacturing in 
Georgetown, KY, is hiring multi-skilled maintenance employees with an 
extensive background in industrial electricity. 


Join our team at a world-class leader in the automotive industry. Starting 
pay is $19 - $22 per hour based on experience. 


Requirements: 

• Two-year degree in industrial 


maintenance or equivalent 
preferred (e.g., certifications, 
journeyman license) 


Perks: 

• Paid on-the-job training 


Direct-hire potential after 
24-month training 


Experience in hydraulics, 
fabrication, and machining 
preferred 


50% paid medical, dental, and 
vision package 


Incremental pay increases 


Technical/Behavioral competency 
assessment 


Paid vacation, holidays, and 
plant shutdowns 


Background, drug, and 
physical screenings 


Tools and PPE supplied 


Qualified candidates should apply today! 


Visit; kellycareernetwork.com 

Scroll down and select "Advanced Job Search" 

Select "Job Search Code" and enter; 2867KCN-SM71811 


kellyservices.com 

An Equal Opportunity Employer © 2011 Kelly Services, Inc. W1573B 


KELLY 


SERVICES 


Dover Manor 


Long-term care nursing facility 
112 Dover Dr., Georgetown 
Ph 502-863-9529 F 502-863-2862 


Hiring 

Housekeeper/ 
laundry 
& Maintenance 


Competitive starting salary 
401k 

Paid vacation after 1 year 
Free life insurance after 
qualifying period 
Health insurance available 
after qualifying period 

Apply in person, ^oe 


Help Wanted 


Cedar Ridge Health Campus has an opening for 


PRN Guest Relation 


Must be able to work as a team 
and on own initiative. No phone calls, 
please fax resume. 


kCedar 


^Ridg( 


859.235.3506 

1217 US Hwy. 62 E, Cynthiana 




EOF 


CMA/ 


LPN 


Busy Family Practice now 
accepting resumes for 
hiring pool. All clinical job 
openings will be filled from 
this pool. 


Please mail resume to : 
AC Wright PSC 


Attn: Shauna White 
430 East Pleasant Street 
Cynthiana, KY 41031 

Or email resume to : 
swhite@acwrightpsc.com 


Employment Plus 


has a career for you! 


We are recruiting for the 
following Temp to Hire positions: 


Press Operators 
Brake Operators 
Turrent Operators 
Welders 


Material Handlers 
Buffer/Grinders 


All positions are Temp to Hire. Insurance available 
immediately. Weekly pay checks. Get hired and then 
earn referral bonuses by telling friends about the 
positions. 


Please contact Employment Plus at 859-367-0104 or 
send resume to Lexington@employmentplus.com. 


POSTED! 


All persons are hereby notified not to trespass, fish or shoot upon the lands of the undersigned- 
Any person caught trespassing in violation of this notice will be reported to the sheriff and^ 
prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. It is ^"b^dr^tferweJake this step to protect otir 


property and wildlife. 




No hunting or trespassing any¬ 
time day or night on Hickory 
Tree farm located on Granger 
Lane, owned by Robert C. 
Browning, without my written 
permission. Violators will be 
prosecuted to the fullest extent 
of the law. 


The Virginia McKenney prop¬ 
erty at Poindexter including 
The Island'. No dirt bikes or 
4-wheelers. 


Absolutely no trespassing on 
the property of Gary Eden lo¬ 
cated at 13027 Ky Hwy 356. 


Absolutely no hunting, fishing, 
or trespassing on the prop¬ 
erty located at 652 Ky High¬ 
way 32W, Connersville Pike, 
Cynthiana. Violators will be 
prosecuted to the fullest extent 
of the law. 


Absolutely no hunting or tres¬ 
passing on the farm owned 
by Joseph & Joyce Wilson on 
Mouth of Cedar Rd. Violators 
will be prosecuted to the fullest 
extent of the law. 


No hunting or trespassing on 
the farm of Jim & Connie Mann 
on Oddville-Sunrise Road. 


No trespassing, hunting, or fish¬ 
ing on farm of Linda Ritchie on 
Stratton Road. All violators will 
be prosecuted to the fullest ex¬ 
tent of the law. 


Absolutely no hunting or tres¬ 
passing on the farm owned by 
Earl & Kay Campbell at 5084 
Oddville Sunrise Road & Bar- 
low side. 


Absolutely no trespassing of 
any kind on all properties owned 
by June Kendall Kearns, Rocky 
Kearns, and William Kearns, 
Upper Curry Rd., Magnolia Ln., 
and Robinson Rd. 


The farms of Larry Judy on U.S. 
27 South and Republican Pike. 
No hunting, fishing, 4-wheeling 
or trespassing on the Whitaker 
Farm located on US 27 S. & 
Lima Lane. Violators will be 
prosecuted. 


No hunting, fishing or trespass¬ 
ing, day or night, on the farm of 
Ronald Riehemann, located on 
Wagner Lane, Berry. 


No hunting or trespassing on 
the farm of Harold and Beverly 
Brice, 5752 Oddville Sunrise 
Rd. located north of Barlow Rd. 
in Sunrise. 


Absolutely no hunting, fishing, 
or trespassing of any kind, day 
or night, on the land of Darryl J. 
Masterson located at 1954 KY 
Hwy 1842 N in Cynthiana. Vio¬ 
lators will be prosecuted to the 
fullest extent of the law. 


Absolutely no hunting or tres¬ 
passing on the two farms on 
McDowell Rd or the two farms 
on New Lair Rd owned by John 
Sorrell. Violators will be pros¬ 
ecuted. 


The Renaker Bros. Farm lo¬ 
cated directly across river from 
Berry, KY. 


No hunting and no trespassing 
on the Barry Hall farm located 8 
miles north of Cynthiana off of 
US 27N, 109 acres on Black¬ 
burn Rd. 


No hunting, fishing & trespass¬ 
ing on Catherine Darnell on 
Gray Lane & US 27/Curry Rd. 


Absolutely no hunting, fishing, 
or trespassing of any kind, day 
or night, on the farm of Thomas 
& Martha England, located on 
Kings Lane. Violators will be 
prosecuted to the fullest extent 
of the law. 


No trespassing, hunting, or 
fishing on the Jack Marsh farm 
at Bobtown Road and Ky Hwy 
392 


Absolutely no hunting, fishing, 
or trespassing, day or night, on 
the farm located at 2313 Grays 
Run Pike, McCauly Farm. Vio¬ 
lators will be prosecuted to the 
fullest extent of the law. 


The Macias and Brumbackfarm 
on New Lair Rd. 


Absolutely no hunting, fishing, 
trespassing or parking day or 
night on Edwin Fogle farm. All 
violators will be prosecuted. 


No hunting, fishing or trespass¬ 
ing anytime day or night on the 
farm of Emma Ritchie and the 
late Junius Ritchie, Blackburn 
Road, Harrison Co. If you don't 
have a note signed by Emma 
Ritchie, stay out! 


No trespassing day or night 
at 115,135,166, &168 Blake 
Lane in Berry & 104 Ross Av¬ 
enue in Berry. 


Unless you have written per¬ 
mission, there is absolutely no 
trespassing, hunting, fishing, 
4-wheelers, or cutting of timber 
on the farm of Beverly Yearsly 
located on Hicks Pike and on 
the property at 1842 North in 
Harrison Co. Violators will be 
prosecuted. 


No trespassing, no fishing and 
no hunting on all property at 
Marie Farms No. 7 off Renaker 
Ridge Road, lots 1-42. 


No trespassing on the Fisher 
Farms and Fisher Estate Prop¬ 
erty in Berry owned by Gary 
Fisher and Patricia Ann Earle 
without written permission from 
P. Earle, farm agent. 


No hunting or trespassing any 
time day or night on the T 
Johnson farm located on Hwy 
1032W in Berry. No bikes or 
4-wheelers day or night. All vio¬ 
lators will be prosecuted. 


No trespassing on the property 
of William and Sarah Conatser 
located on Stringtown-Weber 
Rd. 


No hunting, fishing, trapping 
nor any form of trespassing on 
the Gary Palmer Farm, located 
on the suth side of White Oak 
Pike and joining Western Hills 
Subdivision. Violators will be 
prosecuted. 


Absolutely no hunting, fishing, 4 
wheeling, or trespassing on the 
farm owned by Scott & Debbie 
Burke located at 7543 US Hwy 
62 E without written permission. 
Violators will be prosecuted to 
the fullest extent of the law. 


No hunting, fishing or trespass¬ 
ing day or night without written 
permission. Violators will be 
prosecuted on the farms of J.R. 
Kendall, Jr. and Carol McCann 
on Renaker Ridge Road. Berry, 

Ky^ 


Absolutely no trespassing on 
the property of Brad Eden lo¬ 
cated on Hwy 356. 


No hunting or trespassing on 
the property belonging to Albert 
& Billie Grob, lots 1-4-5-6 and 
41 of Marie Lane. 




















































































































































































































www.cynthianademocrat.com 


The Cynthiana Democrat - March 22,2012 B9 


CLASSIFIED 

ADS 


70 


Boats 


Continued from 
CLASSIHEDADS pg. B8 


59 


Feed, Seed 
&Hay 


14 FT FIBERGLASS BASS 

Boat, 50 hp Evinrude Motor, 
Trailer - $800; 12 FT V Bot¬ 
tom Aluminum Boat with 
Oars $140. Call: 

859-588-5339 


MIXED GRASS rolled 
2011 outside. 4x4 $20 
4x5 $25 (859) 654-4923, 
(859) 757-8835 


SQUARE BALES - Good 
mixed hay, 1st cuttng of 
Alfalfa & last cutting of Al¬ 
falfa. Pure timothy. Call 
(606) 724-5577. 


2007 18’ ROGUE 

STEALTH RIVER BOAT - 

Tunnell Hull w/ Yamaha 4 
Stroke 30 hp Jet Motor. 
Custom center, counsole, 
custom cover, roller bunk 
trailer. $21K invested. Ask¬ 
ing $9,999. (859) 235-0144 


BUYING 

OLD BARN LUMBER 



For details (270) 

378-3164 lumber line or 
(270) 378-6014 office. 
Clip this ad due to only 
running one time. 


TURKEY TIME Mossy Oak 
Camo-7 patterns. Calls by 
Came creek. Primes 
& Mores. Decoys, 
Bests, Accessories. 
Hunting Boots & 
Much Boots. Ewalts Gro¬ 
cery M-F 8-6 Sat 8-12 
(859)234-9044 


CLEARANCE GARAGE 

Sale, A little bit of everyth¬ 
ing, Thurs & Fri @ 10-4. 
124 Southland Drive. 
859-234-6593 if interested 
in looking at anything. 


18’ BASS BUGGY PON¬ 
TOON BOAT, 35 HP Mer¬ 
cury, Interested buyers 
only. Call: 859-588-9433 


CASH FOR ALL METALS! 

We’re buying aluminum 
cans, old car batteries, 
appliances&vehiclesacross 
the big scales. Mon-Fri. 
8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Cynthi¬ 
ana Recycling Center on 
River Road beside the ball 
park. (859) 234-5930 


WE BUY GUNS - We buy 

and sell & trade guns & 
related items at Dryden’s 
Sporting Goods, 344 S. 
Church St. Call 
859-234-0785. 


ViNTAGE COLLECTiBLE 

Yard/Sale, Sat. 3/31 @ 8-5 
1956 Ky Hwy 1743/Carl 
Stevens Rd. 859-588-7538 


APPLY NOW! CDL Drivers 
in Demand! Get your CDL 
Training in 16 days at Truck 
America Training and go to 
work! VA & WIA Approved. 
Tuition Financing Available. 
1 St yr. avg. $38-$40,000 per 
ATA (502)955-6388 or 
(866)244-3644 


CDLA SINGLES AND 
OTR TEAMS Drivers 
needed for OTR & 
Regional/logal positions 
based at CVG airport. Ex¬ 
cellent pay. Great miles, 
flexible home time 
859-282-8513 


93 


Education 


60 


Farm 

Equipment 


83 


Antiques & 
Cotlectibles 


16’ CATTLE TRAILER 
WITH GOOSENECK 
HITCH - $2,500. Also a 430 
John Deere with cultivators, 
$6,000. (859) 234-7760 


5’ PULLTYPEBUSH HOG- 

Older Model, Ready to Mow 
$250.00 (859)-234-8841 


CASH PAID FOR antiques 
& collectibles. One item or 
whole estate. Call (859) 
234-9456 between 8am and 
10pm only. 


SAWMILLS from only 
$3997.00- MAKE & SAVE 
MONEY with your own 
bandmill- Cut lumber any 
dimension. In stock ready to 
ship. FREE Info/DVD: 
www.NorwoodSawmills. 
com 1-800-578-1363 Ext. 
300N 


WORK BOOTS by Carhartt, 
Georgia, Timberland and 
Muck Boot. Full Line 
Carhartt Clothes, Mossy 
Oak Camo. EWALT’S 
GROCERY M-F 8-6 (859) 
234-9044 


ATTEND COLLEGE ON 
LINE from Home. *Medical, 
*Business, *Criminal Jus¬ 
tice, *Hospitality. Job place¬ 
ment assistance. Computer 
available. Financial Aid if 
qualified. SCHEV certified. 
Call 866-460-9765 
www.CenturaOnline.com 


Attention FLATBED Driv¬ 
ers: Great Starting Pay & 
Benefits. Fuel, Safety & 
Referral Bonuses. Home 
Weekends. Call & apply for 
a new career with 
gypsumexpress.com. 
866-317-6556 


TVs & Electronics 


Job Training 


AVERiTT Starts Regionai 

CDL-A Drivers at 37 cpm 
w/1+ Year’s Experience! 
4-12 Months Experience? 
Paid Refresher Course 
Available. 888-362-8608 or 
AVERITTcareers.com. 
Equal Opportunity 
Employer 


COME Join a Leading 
Team! SOLOS & TEAMS! 
GREAT PAY! CHOOSE 
YOUR OWN HOME TIME! 
Solos- Up to 43 cpm. 
Teams- Up to 53 cpm. 
AssignedTrucks. Pet&Rider 
Policy. Weekly Direct 
Deposit. No Touch Freight. 
Medical/ Dental/ Life Insur¬ 
ance. Must have CDL-A. 1- 
Year Recent Verifiable Exp. 
Owner Operators Also 
Welcome! 877.334.9677 
www.Drive4NDL.com 


CUSTOMER SERVICE 
OFFiCER WANTED 
HiRlNG SEASONAL 
FULL TIME POSiHONS 
Currently hiring for 
peak season tentative 
start date 1st April 2012 
CUSTOMER CARE PO- 
SiTION, compensation 
$15-16/hr^ For informa¬ 
tion about the jobs, in¬ 
terested person Shouid 
emaii resume for con^ 
sideration: 

markdan iel65@hotmail. 
com 270-769-1234 


Sporting Goods 


FOR SALE: 430 CASE 
TRACTOR, Gas, 4 speed, 
eagle hitch, runs great. Tin 
work almost perfect, good 
rubber. Also, 5’ Rhino finish 
mower, excellent condition. 
(859) 298-1442 


84 


Musical 

Equipment 


DiSH Network. Starting at 
$19.99 for 12 months. 
PLUS 30 Premium Movie 
Channels, FREE for 3 
Months! SAVE! Ask about 
SAME DAY Installation! 
Call 1-888-445-6583 


KiMBALL UPRiGHT 
PiANO. with padded stool. 
Needs tuning. Moving and 
must sell. $450. Call 859- 
588-0547 


WANTED: Older model 
farm tractors. All makes 
and models. Running or 
not. Call (606) 724-5542 or 
(606) 842-0068 


85 


Miscellaneous 


62 


Farm 

Supplies 


TOBACCO PLANTS & 
MINI PLUGS - Several vari- 
eties. York’s Greenhouse, 
Falmouth, Ky. (859) 
620-2071 or (859) 654- 
8529 


24’x40’x9’ Eve 1- Service 
Door. 1- 10’x8’ End Slider 
$6,999.00. Built on your 
Level Lot. Bare Galvalume 
Roof. Painted Metal Walls. 
Freight to your location 
Must be added. Local build¬ 
ing codes May affect price. 
Subject to change without 
notice. Other Sizes Availa¬ 
ble! Tradon Buildings, Inc. 
1-800-987-2366 


GUN SHOW 
Guns, knives 
& ammo. 

Buy, seii, trade 
or look. 

Cave City 
Convention Center 
Saturday, 
March 24th 
9am - 5pm 
Sunday, March 25th 
9am - 4pm 


90 


Yard and 
Garage Sales 


AIRLINES ARE HIRING- 

Train for hands on Aviation 
Career. FAA approved 
program. Financial aid if 
qualified- Job placement 
assistance. CALL Aviation 
Institute of Maintenance 
888-207-2053 


TO PLACE YOUR YARD 
SALE ad in Classifieds, call 
toll free 1-866-234-5237. 


Employment 


MARCH MADNESS SPE¬ 

CIAL. All CARHARTT Work 
Boots $99.00 Or Less. 
Ewalt’s Grocery M-F 8-6 
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KEY MOUNT From Lizer’s 
Taxidermy. Details @ 
Ewalt’s Grocery 234-9044 


^HERE 


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tant in small office. Requires 
excellent communication 
skills, attention to detail, 
team player attitude, 
and ability to maintain confi¬ 
dentiality. Word, Excel, Out¬ 
look, plus other computer 
proficiency and previous 
office experience desired. 
Excellent benefits and com¬ 
fortable work setting. Salary 
low to mid-twenties (DOE). 
Background check will be 
performed. Submit resume 
and cover letter on or 
before March 26, 2012 to 
MaryR@kyoba.org 


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You Qualify! Currently hiring 
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ment. Home most week¬ 
ends. Option to run the 
weekends. Good benefits 
which Include 

B I u e C r 0 s s / 
BlueShield insurance. 
Assigned trucks and 
dispatchers. APU’s in every 
truck FREE retirement 
program and more. Call 
800-684-9140 x2 or visit us 
at www.biggexpress.com 


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reimbursement available. 
Hiring for TMC/Werner. BBB 
accredited. Mt. Sterling, KY, 
859-498-9988, 
800-883-0171 


DRIVERS: NO EXPERI¬ 
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Training. We train and 
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coming soon/ Experienced 
Drivers also Needed! Cen¬ 
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. 

The Pennyrile Children’s 
Advocacy Center in Hop¬ 
kinsville, KY serves victims 
of sexual abuse. Master’s 
Degree and 3 years of 
experience in Social Work, 
Law Enforcement, Manage¬ 
ment or Nursing. Excellent 
interpersonal skills required. 
Resumes to P.O. Box 14, 
Hopkinsville, KY, 42441 or 
jfranke@pennyrilecac.org 


Please turn to 

CLASSIHEDADS, pg. BIO 


TOLL FREE Classified 
Hotline turns unwanted 
items into cash. Sell it fast. 
1-866-234-5237. 


USED RALROAD TIES 
8’=$6. 3’=$3, 2’=$2 
Great for landscaping, 
fence posts, etc. Delivery 
available. 502-223-4648. 




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Must have references, back¬ 
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NOW HIRING 


Customer Service position 
available at Cash Express, 
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Apply in person at 219 
South Walnut Street, Suite 4, 
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WEEK 


Harrison County is declaring Spring Clean-up Week as 
Saturday, April 14 through Saturday, April 21 (including 
Sunday, April 15). The County will offer free dumping (no tires 
or household garbage) at the County Road Barn between 
7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 

In conjunction with the Harrison County Conservation 
District, payment of $10.00 per white item will be made (limit 
of 3 items per household). White items accepted are: 
refrigerators, washers, dishwashers, dryers, water heaters, 
freezers and stoves. 

Open to all Harrison County citizens. 

NO CONTRACTORS ALLOWED! 


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This position will inspect, lubriate, and service vehicles and equipment Requires 6 
months related mechanial experience and a good mechanical aptitude with basic 
knowledge of vehicle maintenance and repair. Experience with diesel powered 
vehicles is preferred. 


Great Pay & Benefits! 


Applyinpeison: 

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1374 Bryan-Griffin Rd., Butler, KY41006 


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ORDINANCE NO. 262, SERIES 2012 


AN ORDINANCE OF HARRISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AMENDING 
ORDINANCE NO. 255, SERIES 2011 AND RELATING TO THE REAPPOR¬ 
TIONMENT OF MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS IN HARRISON COUNTY, KEN¬ 
TUCKY. 


WHEREAS, the Harrison County Fiscal Court, pursuant to the provisions of KRS 
67.045, has initiated reapportionment proceedings relating to certain precincts for 
the purpose of making the population of each magisterial district as nearly equal as 
is reasonably possible; and 


WHEREAS, said Fiscal Court has now received the report of Sam Pierce, Ben Clif¬ 
ford and Ralph E. Coppage who, along with Harrison County Clerk Linda Furnish, 
where duly appointed as commissioners to determine the new boundary lines of the 
affected districts; and 


WHEREAS, the Kentucky General Assembly in House Bill 302 has amended US 
Congressional Districts which will divide Harrison County in the 2012 legislative 
session; and 


WHEREAS, the Harrison County reapportionment committee recommends that the 
previously ordained magisterial districts numbered 2, 3, 5 and 8 should be amended 
so that the precinct lines are consistent with the US Congressional lines; 


WHEREAS, the Harrison County Fiscal Court has reviewed such report, has con¬ 
sidered comments received from members of the public and has found said report to 
be in compliance with statute and its adoption in the best interest of all the citizens 
of Harrison County. 


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE FISCAL COURT OF THE 
COUNTY OF HARRISON, COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY: 


That new boundary lines are, and they are hereby, established for Magisterial Dis¬ 
tricts No. 1; No. 2; No. 3; No. 4; No. 5; No. 6; No. 7; and No. 8 as set out in the Re¬ 
port of the above-named Commissioners and consistent with the maps and written 
boundary descriptions, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by reference. 


This Ordinance shall become effective after its adoption and publication as provided 
by law. 


Submitted: 


& 


Bradley K. Vaughn 
Harrison County Attorney 


GIVEN FIRST READING AND APPROVAL BY THE FISCAL COURT OF HAR¬ 
RISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY AT A REGULAR MEETING ON THE 28TH 
DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2012. 


CITY OF CYNTHIANA, KENTUCKY 
ORDINANCE NO. 


AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 12 OF ORDINANCE NO. 
1476 RELATING TO THE REGULATORY LICENSE FEE 
IMPOSED ON THE GROSS RECEIPTS OF THE SALE OF 
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY THE DRINK WITHIN THE CITY 
LIMITS OF THE CITY OF CYNTHIANA. 


WHEREAS, the City of Cynthiana enacted Ordinance No. 1476 on December 28, 
2010 and which was effective March 1, 2011 establishing uniform regulations and 
requirements for the licensing and regulation of the sale of alcoholic beverages by the 
drink within the City of Cynthiana, and 


WHEREAS, Section 12 of said Ordinance established a regulatory license fee to 
be imposed on the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink within the City of Cynthiana 
with the rate being initially established at 2% of gross sales, and 


WHEREAS, said Ordinance provides that the rate is to be reviewed annually and 
set at a percentage rate as shall be reasonably estimated to insure full reimbursement to 
the City for the cost of any additional policing, regulatory or administrative expenses 
relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages and the City now desires to adjust the rate 
accordingly, 


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION 
OF THE CITY OF CYNTHIANA, KENTUCKY AS FOLLOWS: 


SECTION 1: Section 12 of Ordinance No. 1476 relating to the regulatory license 
fee imposed on gross receipts of the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink within the 
City of Cynthiana is hereby amended to read as follows: 


Section 12 

Regulatory License Fee 

(A) A regulatory license fee is imposed on the gross receipts of the sale of 
alcoholic beverages by the drink of each license issued under this chapter. The license 
fee for the effective date March 1, 2011 May L 2012 shall be two ( - 2 - % - ) - p e re e H t four 
(4%) percent . Thereafter the City Commission shall annually adopt at the budget 
adoption of each fiscal year such percentage rates as shall be reasonably estimated to 
ensure full reimbursement to the City for the cost of any additional policing, regulatory, 
or administrative expenses, relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages. Such fees shall be 
in addition to any other tax, fee, or license permitted by law, but a credit against such fee 
shall be allowed in an amount equal to the annual license fee permitted by KRS 243.070 
imposed by the City, and such regulatory fee shall be applied annually. 


(B) Payment of such fees shall accompany the tax returns approved for such 
use by the City and shall be submitted to the City Alcoholic Beverage Control 
Administrator by the 20*'’ day of each month for the preceding months’ sales with one 
twelth of the annual license fee to be deducted each month as a credit pursuant to KRS 
242.184(5). 


(C) Failure to pay such monthly remittance within ten (10) days of the due date 
constitutes a violation and subjects licensee to suspension or revocation of said license by 
the City Alcoholic Beverage Administrator. 


(D) Penalty for failure to file a return and pay monthly remittance by the due 
date is twenty (20%) percent of the tax. 


(E) Interest on unpaid tax shall be calculated at the rate of one half (U2) of one 
(1%) percent per month against the total amount of tax overdue at any time. 


SECTION 2t This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect on May 1, 2012 
upon its passage, approval and publication as required by law. 


Introduced and First Reading: 

Second Reading and Enacted: , Mdbrtl. M 


CITY OF CYNTHIANA, KENTUCKY 


Steve Moses, Mayor 


ATTEST: 


Charleen Mcllvain, City Clerk 


Date published: 




CMWA, located in Paris, Kentucky is now accepting 
resumes for Temporary Production Members. Success¬ 
ful candidates must be willing to work in fast-paced 
manufacturing environment. Must be able to work any 
shift and overtime as required. Starting pay is $ 12.11 
per hour with shift differentials. 


Requirements are as follows: 

• Must have High School diploma/GED 

• Steady work history 

• Must be able to pass a drug screen 

• Able and willing to work overtime 

• Experience in manufacturing a plus 


Resumes can be submitted in the following ways: 

Online - www.cmwa.com 


Mailed or Hand Delivered to 
Human Resources 
150 Wheat Drive 
Paris, KY 40361 


EOE 


Mobile Home 
Parts & Service 

Carififf Company" 

Wiliiamstown, KY 41097 - 


Complete Line of Mobile Home Parts & Services 

Replacement Doors, Windows, & Screens, 

Skirting Material, Steps, Roof Coating, Hot Water Heaters, 
Bathtubs, Sinks, Fauccets & Plumbing Materials 
_ Set Up, & Anchoring Materials 

859 - 823-0888 


Nicky Huff 


Kevin Lawrence 


CITY OF CYNTHIANA, KENTUCKY 
ORDINANCE NO, 


AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A NEW SECTION OF THE CODE 
OF ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES TO ESTABLISH A REGULATORY LICENSE FEE 
OF 4% OF THE GROSS SALES OF ALL ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES AS DEFINED IN KRS 241.010, INCLUDING 
DISTILLED SPIRITS, WINE AND MALT BEVERAGES, WITHIN 
THE CITY OF CYNTHIANA, 


BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY 
OF CYNTHIANA, KENTUCKY AS FOLLOWS: 


SECTION 1; Pursuant to the provisions of KRS 243,075 and KRS 242.185 a 
new section of the Code of Ordinances relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages 
including distilled spirits, wine and malt beverages at retail, within the City of Cynthiana 
be and hereby is enacted to read as follows: 


Regulatory License Fees 

A. (1) Alcoholic beverages means all alcoholic beverages as defined in 


KRS 241.010 including distilled spirits, wine and malt beverages. 


(2) This Ordinance applies to all retail sales of alcoholic beverages 
within the City of Cynthiana for which a license is required, 
including sales by the drink and sales by the package or container, 
and shall apply to all licensees selling alcoholic beverages within the 
City at retail. 


B, A regulatory license fee is imposed on the gross receipts of the sale 
of alcoholic beverages, to include distilled spirits, wine and malt 
beverages, of each licensee selling alcoholic beverages within the 
City of Cynthiana. The regulatory license fee for the effective date 
May 1, 2012 shall be four (4%) percent. Thereafter the City 
Commission shall annually adopt at the budget adoption of each 
fiscal year such percentage rates as shall be reasonably estimated to 
ensure full reimbursement to the City for the cost of any additional 
policing, regulatory, or administrative expenses, relating to the sale 
of alcoholic beverages. Such fees shall be in addition to any other 
tax, fee or license permitted by law, but a credit against such fee 
shall be allowed in an amount equal to the annual license fee 
imposed by the City in Ordinance No. 1451 as permitted in KRS 
243.070 and such regulatory fee shall be applied annually. 


Payment of such fees shall accompany the tax returns approved for 
such use by the City and shall be submitted to the City Alcoholic 
Beverage Control Administrator by the 20"’ day of each month for 
the preceding months sales, with one twelth of the annual license fee 
to be deducted each month as a credit pursuant to KRS 242.075 and 
KRS 242.184(5). 


D. Failure to pay such monthly remittance within ten (10) days of the 
due date constitutes a violation and subjects licensee to suspension 
or revocation of its license by the City Alcoholic Beverage 
Administrator. 


E. Penalty for failure to file a return and pay monthly remittance by the 
due date is twenty (20%) percent of the tax. 


F. Interest on unpaid tax shall be calculated at the rate of one half (1/2) 
of one (1%) percent per month against the total amount of tax 
overdue at any time. 


G. The City of Cynthiana, acting through the City ABC Administrator, 
may institute such legal proceedings as may be necessary to collect 
any past due regulatory license fees which may be due and owing 
and/or to enjoin persons or establishments operating in violation of 
this ordinance. 


SECTION 2: The regulatory license fee of 2% set out in Section 12 of Ordinance 
#1476 is amended to 4% effective May 1, 2012 so as to be consistent with the terms of 
this ordinance imposing a uniform regulatory fee of 4% on the sales of all alcoholic 
beverages within the City of Cynthiana as defined herein. 

2012, upon its passage, 


SECTION 3: This ordinance shall be effective May I 
approval and publication in full as required by law. 


Introduced and First Reading: ^ 

Second Reading and Enacted: A.O / 


CITY OF CYNTHIANA, KENTUCKY 

_ 


Steve Moses, Mayor 


ATTEST: 




Charleen Mcllvain* City Clerk 




























































































































































B10 The Cynthiana Democrat - March 22,2012 


www.cynthianaclemocrat.com 


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Continued from 
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HIRING EXPERIENCED/ 
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vision, short&long term disa¬ 
bility. Contact Mike to set up 
an interview (859)485- 
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OWNER OPERATORS: 

Intermodal & Van positions 
available. Up to a $5,000 
Sign-on Bonus. Paid FSC. 
Weekly hometime. CDL-A 
with 1 year experience 
required. Visit us at the 
Md-America Truck Show at 
booth 63016 on 3/22 
through 3/24. Can’t make 
it? Call 800-846-0024 
or apply online at 
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OWNER/Operators 
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QUALITY CDL Drivers 

wanted to drive and deliver 
new vehicles regionally and 
nationally from Elizabeth¬ 
town Location. Flexible 
schedule, competitive rates, 
quick pay. Tow-car a plus 
but not required. 
1-866-764-1601 or 
QualityDriveAway.com 


TANKER & Flatbed 
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Contractors! Immediate 
Placement Available. 
Best Opportunities in 
the trucking business. CALL 
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TIRED OF WORRY¬ 
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HTSI has inaeased pay 
to start at .41 cents per 
mile \Mth a guaranteed 
minimum miles per week. 
We offer up to 3 weeks of 
paid vacation per year 
and health insurance 
upon hire. Must have 
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over the road and flatbed 
experience. 

Call 877-669-3116 Ext 5 
to hear more about our 
pay package and bene¬ 
fits. 



96 


Employment 

Wanted 


WILL DO HOUSE 
CLEANING 15 years ex- 
perience. References 
available. Call Sherri 
(859) 588-4215. 


100 


Business 

Opportunities 


CEO/Financial Partner 
wanted by division. 42 yr. 

old organization with Inter¬ 
national franchise plans. 
300K Integrity/ 

ambition required. 
Reply, Founder P.O. 
Box 16010, Louisville, KY, 
40256 


PUBLISHER’S 

NOTICE 


All real estate advertising in this 
newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing 
Act which makes it illegal to advertise 
“any preference limitation or discrimina¬ 
tion based on race, color, religion, sex, 
handicap, familial status, or national 
origin, or an intention to make any such 
preference, limitation or discrimination.” 
Familial status includes children under 
the age of 18 living with parents or legal 
custodians, pregnant women and people 
securing custody of children under 18. 

This newspaper will not knowingly 
accept any advertising for real estate 
which is in violation of the law. Our read¬ 
ers are hereby informed that all dwell¬ 
ings advertised in this newspaper are 
available on an equal housing opportu¬ 
nity basis. To complain of discrimination 
call HUD Toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. 
The Toll-free telephone num- 
ber for the hearing impaired is 1 —T 

1 -800-927-9275. “pporTunit? 



Mobile Home 
Sales 


3 BED, 2 BATH - Brand 
new, vinyl siding, shingle 
roof, 7 yr. warranty, only 
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3 left! 1-888-290-7678 


3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH 
Mobile Home. 
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$2000 DEPOSIT 
OWN ANEW 
3 BR Mobile Home 
1-866-304-5669 


BANK DIRECT 
Mobile Home Repo's 
1-866-304-5669 


NOTICE 

Kentucky-American Water Company 
provides notice of its requested imple¬ 
mentation of a late payment fee. The 
requested late payment fee is 5% cal¬ 
culated upon all amounts owed with 
the exception of any amounts Ken¬ 
tucky-American Water Company col¬ 
lects pursuant to a third-party billing 
services contract. The rates contained 
in this notice are the rates proposed by 
Kentucky-American Water Company. 
However, the Public Service Com¬ 
mission may order rates to be charged 
that differ from these proposed rates. 
Such action may result in rates for 
consumers other than the rates in this 
notice. Any corporation, association, 
body politic or person may by mo¬ 
tion within thirty (30) days after pub¬ 
lication request leave to intervene by 
submitting the motion to the Public 
Service Commission, 211 Sower 
Boulevard, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, 
Kentucky 40602 which shall set forth 
the grounds for the request including 
the status and interest of the party. 
Intervenors may obtain copies of the 
request by contacting Linda Bridwell 
at Kentucky-American Water Com¬ 
pany, 2300 Richmond Road, Lexing¬ 
ton, Kentucky, 40502. A copy of the 
request is also available for public 
inspection at 2300 Richmond Road, 
Lexington, Kentucky, 40502. 


NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given that the 
annual meeting of members of 
the Harrison County Water As¬ 
sociation, Inc., will be held on 
Wednesday, April 18, 2012, at 
7:00 p.m., at the office of the 
Association on U.S. 27 South 
in Cynthiana, Kentucky, for the 
purpose of conducting the regular 
business of the Association. 

Harrison County 
Water Association, Inc. 

By: William R. Toadvine 

President 


REQUEST LOR CONSULTING 
ENGINEERING SERVICES 

The Cynthiana-Harrison County Air¬ 
port Board is requesting Statements 
of Qualification to secure the services 
of a qualified consulting engineer for 
preparation of environmental assess¬ 
ments, master plans, land acquisition, 
runway, taxiway and apron expan¬ 
sions, pavement overlays, safety areas, 
lighting, fencing, navigational aids, 
fuel facilities, hangars, auto parking, 
road relocations and other airport im¬ 
provements. 

Eor further information and instruc¬ 
tions to proposers please go to http:// 
www.ky0i8.com/engineers.html or 
contact: 

Robert Craft 
Chairman 

Cynthiana-Harrison County Airport 
Board 

P.O. Box 395 
Cynthiana, KY 41031 

bobbycraft@live.com 

The deadline for submittals of State¬ 
ments of Qualifications shall be 5:00 
p.m.; local time on April 4, 2012. This 
information shall be submitted to the 
above address or dropped off at 40 
Airfield Lane, Cynthiana, KY. 41031. 


Now accepting 
applications for: 


Full & Part Time 
Day & Evening Shifts 



Please come by and 
fill out an application. 
We will contact you 
for an interview. 

No phone calls, please. 

Bourbon Heights, Inc. 
2000 South Main St. 
Paris, KY 40361 EOE 


LEGAL NOTICE 

The Harrison County Eiscal Court 
will be receiving sealed bids for road 
oil and stone delivered to the Harri¬ 
son County Road Barn for a one-year 
period from April 1, 2012 through 
March 31, 2013. Specifications may 
be obtained from the County Judge’s 
office. Bids will be opened on March 
27, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the Harrison 
County Sheriff’s Office building. 
Bids must be in the County Judge’s 
office by Noon on March 27, 2012. 
The Court reserves the right to accept 
or reject any and all bids. 

Alex Barnett 

Harrison County Judge Executive 


NOTICE 

TO ALL EORMER CLIENTS OE 
KEITH & KUSTER, P.S.C. 

Due to the retirement of John M. 
Keith, Jr. and the election of Charles 
W. Kuster, Jr. to the 18th District 
Court bench, the Offices of Keith & 
Kuster, P.S.C will be closing on May 
31, 2012. No new clients will be ac¬ 
cepted after this date and all pending 
matters will be resolved or arrange¬ 
ments made for the continuation of 
these cases. Any former clients of the 
firm, who wish to retrieve items from 
their files, may contact the firm at 859- 
234-2707 to arrange a time to pick up 
these documents. Piles will be main¬ 
tained in storage after May 31, 2012 
by Charles W. Kuster, Jr, until such a 
time as disposal is safely warranted. 

A number of original wills, powers of 
attorney, living wills, and other similar 
documents have also been maintained 
by the firm for several years. These 
documents may likewise be picked 
up (only by the client or designated 
agents) as provided above. If we do 
not hear otherwise concerning these 
documents, we will entrust them to 
our colleague, Bradley K. Vaughn, 
for safe keeping at this new office of 
201 South Main Street, Suite 3, Cyn¬ 
thiana, KY 41031. We fully trust Mr. 
Vaughn to aid and assist you concern¬ 
ing any further matters concerning the 
maintenance or modification of these 
documents. 

Charles W. Kuster, Jr. 

John M. Keith., Jr. 


LEGAL NOTICE 

MASTER COMMISSIONER’S SALE 


Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Harri¬ 
son Circuit Court on October 6, 2010 and Amended Judgment 
and Order of Sale entered on March 6, 2012 in Civil Action 
No. lO-CI-00242 styled JPMorgan Chase Bank, National 
Association, Plaintiff, vs. Timothy J. Lesak and Central 
Bank & Trust Co., Defendants, the Master Commissioner 
of the Harrison Circuit Court will sell at public auction to the 
highest and best bidder at the front door of the Harrison County 
Courthouse, in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on Priday, April 6, 2012 
at 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

The following described real estate located in Harrison Coun¬ 
ty, Kentucky, and which is more particularly described as fol¬ 
lows, to-wit: 

Pronting on Harrison Avenue in Cynthiana, Harrison County, 
Kentucky, and being Lot No. 1 as shown on plat of record in 
Plat Book 1, Page 152A, to which reference is made for a more 
particular description. 

Easement: An easement 10 feet wide and 124 feet long over 
and across Lots No. 2 and No. 3 as shown on plat of record in 
Plat Book 1, Page 152A for the purpose of laying, maintaining, 
operating and repairing sewer pipes together with the right of 
ingress and egress and which easement is more particularly de¬ 
scribed as follows: Beginning at a point in the North boundary 
line of Lot No. 1 belonging to Clarence Horn on Harrison Ave¬ 
nue (formerly Geneva Pryman) said point being 68 feet East of 
the East right of way line of Harrison Avenue, thence following 
an existing 4” cast iron sanitary sewer line N 39 24’ E 124 ft. 
to a point 20 ft. West of the Northwest corner of Lot No. 3, be¬ 
longing to T. P. Moore. Said easement extends 5’ on either side 
of the existing 4” cast iron sanitary sewer from property line to 
property line thus described. See plat recorded in Plat Book 1, 
Page 185 A. This easement shall run with the land. 

Being the same property conveyed to Timothy Lesak, no 
marital status shown who acquired title by virtue of a deed 
from Davis C. Smith and Rita L. Smith, his wife, dated June 
5, 2000, filed June 5, 2000, recorded in Deed Book 240, Page 
643, County Clerk’s Office, Harrison County, Kentucky. 

Address: 105 Harrison Avenue, Cynthiana, Kentucky 41031. 

Parcel Number: 103-3012-078-00-000. 

Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all 
legal highways and easements. 

Commonly known as: 512 Harrison Avenue, Cynthiana, KY 
41031. 

The property is being sold to produce a sum sufficient to sat¬ 
isfy the judgments and liens as follows: (a) The costs of this 
action, including the Master Commissioner’s fee, appraiser’s 
fee and advertising costs; and (b) Judgment for the Plaintiff, 
JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, in the amount 
of $46,283.75, plus interest at the rate of 8.625% per annum 
from March 1, 2010 until paid, plus late fees and any additional 
costs expended by Plaintiff to protect or preserve the property 
until sale date, (c) Real Estate taxes, plus interest and penal¬ 
ties, if any, for taxes assessed for the year 2011 and previous 
years, (d) Plaintiff’s Court costs and attorney fees. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and condi¬ 
tions: (1) The property shall be sold free and clear of all liens 


and claims of the parties to this action; (2) The purchaser shall 
be required to pay the sum of 10% of the purchase price in 
cash, certified funds or by other immediately verifiable collect¬ 
able medium of exchange acceptable to the Commissioner, on 
the day of sale to apply on the purchase price; (3) The balance 
of the purchase price shall be due and payable within thirty (30) 
days after the day of sale; (4) The purchaser shall be required 
to execute a bond with good and sufficient surety thereon as 
approved by the Commissioner to secure the unpaid portion of 
the purchase price, the bond to bear interest at the rate of 12% 
per annum from the day of sale until paid, the bond to have the 
same force and effect as a judgment and shall remain a lien on 
the property as additional security until the purchase price is 
paid in full; (5) In the event that the Plaintiff is the success¬ 
ful purchaser, it shall be entitled to a credit on its judgment 
against the purchase price and shall only be obligated to pay 
court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, 
and any real estate taxes payable pursuant to this order, and in 
that event, no bond shall be required; (6) The purchaser shall 
have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase 
price or paying the bond before maturity by paying the balance 
of the principal together with all accrued interest thereon until 
the date of payment; (7) The purchaser shall obtain posses¬ 
sion of the property upon confirmation of the sale by the Court 
and payment of the purchase price in full; (8) All ad valorem 
taxes on the property for calendar year 2012 and all subse¬ 
quent years shall be assumed and paid by the purchaser. All 
real property taxes due and owing to Harrison County or the 
City of Cynthiana for 2011 and prior years will be paid from 
the proceeds of sale. If any tax bills have been sold to third 
parties under a Certificate of Delinquency under KRS Chapter 
134, the purchaser of the property will receive a credit against 
the purchase price for an amount equal to the sum paid to the 
County Clerk by the third party for the tax bill with the pur¬ 
chaser then being responsible for redemption of the Certificate 
of Delinquency including any additional interest, costs, fees or 
charges allowed by law; (9) The property shall be sold subject 
to any assessment for public improvements levied against the 
property and subject to all rules and regulations enforced by 
the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning and Zon¬ 
ing Commission, all applicable health and safety regulations, 
all restrictions and easements thereon appearing of record in 
the Harrison County Court Clerk’s Office, governmental laws 
and regulations affecting the property, and shall be subject to 
any unrecorded easements, discrepancies or conflicts in bound¬ 
ary lines, shortage in area and encroachments, if any there be, 
which an accurate and complete survey or an inspection of the 
property would disclose; (10) The purchaser shall bear the risk 
of loss on the improvements on the property and the risk of 
loss shall pass to the purchaser as of the day and time of sale; 
(11) The property shall be sold with any improvements thereon 
“as is”; and (12) The property shall be sold subject to such 
right of redemption as may exist in favor of the United States 
of America pursuant to 28 USC Section 2410, and the right of 
redemption of the Defendants. 

All bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 
Attorneys: 

Hon. Melissa J. Whalen Hon. John Lair 

Attorney for Plaintiff Master Commissioner 

Harrison Circuit Court 


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Public Notice 
IN THE MATTER OF: 
Kentucky Housing Corporation 


Unknown Heirs of 
Mary N. Walker, et al. 

HARRISON CIRCUIT COURT 
CIVIL ACTION NO. ll-CI-00026 


The undersigned, S. Beth Moore, has 
been appointed Warning Order Attor¬ 
ney by Order entered by the Harrison 
Circuit Court on March 7, 2012, to no¬ 
tify the following parties of the above 
action in Harrison Circuit Court which 
may affect one or more of these said 
parties: 

Unknown Heirs of Mary N. Walker 


Please be advised that the attorney 
named below has been appointed by 
the Court to contact the above par¬ 
ties who may have an interest in these 
proceedings. If you are one of these 
parties, you should contact the under¬ 
signed at the following address and 
telephone number. 



S. Beth Moore, Attorney at Law 
P.O. Box 3 
Falmouth, KY 41040 
(859)333-5083 


Attention Parents 

Harrison County Preschool and Kindergarten 
registration for the 2012-2013 school year will be 
held for all elementary schools at the Harrison 
County Board of Education, 308 Webster Ave. on: 

Wednesday, April 25,2012 - 8:30am-4:00pm 
Thursday, April 26,2012 - 8:30am - 4:00pm 

Children entering kindergarten must be 5 years old on or before October 
1,2012 They are required to have birth certificate, social security card, 
current immunization certificate, physical, dental screening, and 

eye screening (has to be done by eye dr) upon school entrance. You 
can receive your physical and immunization certificate from your private 
physician or the local Health Department. You must have a copy of the 
original birth certificate from Frankfort to register your child(ren). If you do 
not have this, please send for it as soon as possible. It takes several weeks 
to receive it You can pick up birth certificate applications at the Community 
Education Center or the local Health Department. 

Physicals and immunizations will be available on day of registration, on a first 

come-first serve basis. 

Children entering Preschool for the first time must be 4 years old on or 
before October 1,2012. Preschool students need the same information and 
in addition, they will need copy of medical card, if applicable, verification 
of income by showing one of following: individual tax return, W2 form, 
pay stub within last month, written statement from employer, document 
showing current status of public assistance. 

ALL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED PRIOR TO ENTERING SCHOOL. 

If you have any questions, please call 234-7160 (kindergarten) or 234-7110 
(Preschool for Whitney Fowler) 


LEGAL NOTICE 

MASTER COMMISSIONER’S SALE 


Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Har¬ 
rison Circuit Court on February 22, 2012 in Civil Action No. 
ll-CI-00303 Kentucky Housing Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. 
Ricky A. Mayes, Defendant, the Master Commissioner of the 
Harrison Circuit Court will sell at public auction to the high¬ 
est and best bidder at the front door of the Harrison County 
Courthouse, in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on Friday, April 6, 2012, 
at 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

7999 US Highway 27N., Cynthiana, Harrison County, Ken¬ 
tucky 

Beginning at a point in the right-of-way of US Highway No. 
27, corner to Walter Brown; thence with his line 39-30 W. 6.30 
chs to a stake comer to Earl Hill; thence with Hill’s line S 46- 
30 E. 12.40 chs. to a stake; thence N 68 E 5.90 chs to a point 
in the said right of way line and near the end of the Southwest 
wing of a concrete culvert; thence with said right of way line 
N. 42-30 W. 15.31 chs to the point of beginning, containing 
8.08 acres; and 

EXCEPTIONS: 

There is excepted from the foregoing property the following 
described property: Beginning at an iron pin in the right of way 
line of U.S. Highway No. 27, which said iron pin is 210 feet 
North of the Southwest wing wall of a concrete culvert in the 
property line of E.M. Rose; thence N. along Highway No. 27 
a distance of 325 feet more or less to an iron pin; thence 39-30 
W. 175 feet to an iron pin; thence in a southeasterly direction 
325 feet more or less to an iron pin; thence N. 68 E. 140 feet to 
the point of beginning. Being the same property as that con¬ 
veyed to Margaret Elizabeth Browning and John R. Browning, 
her husband, by E.M. Rose and Celia Mae Rose, his wife, by 
deed dated October 24, 1961 and recorded in Deed Book 123, 
Page 385. 

There is further excepted from the foregoing 8.08 acre tract 
the following described property: Beginning at a point in the 
right of way line of US Highway No. 27 near the end of South¬ 
west wing wall of a concrete culvert under said Highway, at 
two corners with Roy C. Gilliam; thence N. 42 degrees 30’ W 
3.03 chains along right of way line on the west side of U.S. 
Highway No. 27, to a set stake, a corner to E.M. Rose, thence 
S 86 degrees 30’ W 2.27 chains with E.M. Rose line to a set 
steel rod; thence N 43 degrees 30’ W 10.53 chains with E.M. 
Rose line to post in fence 2.25 chains SW of right of way line 
of U.S. Highway No. 27, a corner with E.M. Rose and Walter 
Brown; thence S 39 degrees 30’ W 4.05 chains with fence and 
Walter Brown’s line across creek to a set stake, comer with 
Walter Brown and Roy C. Gilliam; thence S 46 degrees 30’ E 
12.40 chains with two of Roy C. Gilliam’s line to a set stake; 
thence N 68 degrees 0’ E 5.90 chains to the point of beginning, 
containing 5.84 acres. Being the same property conveyed to 
Ray C. Gilliam and Hattie Gilliam, his wife, by E.M. Rose and 
Celia Mae Rose, his wife, by deed dated March 19, 1964 and 
recorded in Deed Book 125, Page 523. 

The improvements thereon being known and designated as 
Route 5 Box 260 US 27 N, Cynthiana, Kentucky; and 

Being the same property conveyed to Rickey A. Mayes, a 
single person by deed dated August 31, 2006 of record in Deed 
Book 293, Page 131 in the Office of the Clerk of Harrison 
County, Kentucky. 

The property is being sold to produce a sum sufficient to satisfy 
the judgments and liens as follows: (a) The costs of this ac¬ 
tion, including the Master Commissioner’s fee, appraiser’s fee 
and advertising costs; and (b) Judgment for the Plaintiff, Ken¬ 
tucky Housing Corporation, in the amount of $105,892.95 plus 
accmed and unpaid interest at the rate of 6.625% from May 1, 
2011 until date of Judgment with interest accruing on the entire 


balance at the Note rate until paid, plus any additional costs 
expended by Plaintiff to protect or preserve the property until 
sale date, (c) Real Estate taxes, plus interest and penalties, if 
any, for taxes assessed for the year 2011 and previous years, (d) 
Plaintiff’s Court costs and attorney fees. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and condi¬ 
tions: (1) The property shall be sold free and clear of all liens 
and claims of the parties to this action; (2) The purchaser shall 
be required to pay the sum of 10% of the purchase price in 
cash, certified funds or by other immediately verifiable collect¬ 
able medium of exchange acceptable to the Commissioner, on 
the day of sale to apply on the purchase price; (3) The balance 
of the purchase price shall be due and payable within sixty (60) 
days after the day of sale; (4) The purchaser shall be required 
to execute a bond with good and sufficient surety thereon as 
approved by the Commissioner to secure the unpaid portion of 
the purchase price, the bond to bear interest at the rate of 12% 
per annum from the day of sale until paid, the bond to have the 
same force and effect as a judgment and shall remain a lien on 
the property as additional security until the purchase price is 
paid in full; (5) In the event that the Plaintiff is the success¬ 
ful purchaser, it shall be entitled to a credit on its judgment 
against the purchase price and shall only be obligated to pay 
court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, 
and any real estate taxes payable pursuant to this order, and in 
that event, no bond shall be required; (6) The purchaser shall 
have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase 
price or paying the bond before maturity by paying the balance 
of the principal together with all accrued interest thereon until 
the date of payment; (7) The purchaser shall obtain posses¬ 
sion of the property upon confirmation of the sale by the Court 
and payment of the purchase price in full; (8) All ad valorem 
taxes on the property for calendar year 2012 and all subse¬ 
quent years shall be assumed and paid by the purchaser. All 
real property taxes due and owing to Harrison County or the 
City of Cynthiana for 2011 and prior years will be paid from 
the proceeds of sale. If any tax bills have been sold to third 
parties under a Certificate of Delinquency under KRS Chapter 
134, the purchaser of the property will receive a credit against 
the purchase price for an amount equal to the sum paid to the 
County Clerk by the third party for the tax bill with the pur¬ 
chaser then being responsible for redemption of the Certificate 
of Delinquency including any additional interest, costs, fees or 
charges allowed by law; (9) The property shall be sold subject 
to any assessment for public improvements levied against the 
property and subject to all rules and regulations enforced by 
the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning and Zon¬ 
ing Commission, all applicable health and safety regulations, 
all restrictions and easements thereon appearing of record in 
the Harrison County Court Clerk’s Office, governmental laws 
and regulations affecting the property, and shall be subject to 
any unrecorded easements, discrepancies or conflicts in bound¬ 
ary lines, shortage in area and encroachments, if any there be, 
which an accurate and complete survey or an inspection of the 
property would disclose; (10) The purchaser shall bear the risk 
of loss on the improvements on the property and the risk of 
loss shall pass to the purchaser as of the day and time of sale; 
(11) The property shall be sold with any improvements thereon 
“as is”; and (12) The property shall be sold subject to such 
right of redemption as may exist in favor of the United States 
of America pursuant to 28 USC Section 2410, and the right of 
redemption of the Defendant. 

All bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 
Attorneys: 

Hon. Stephen R. Solomon Hon. John Lair 

Attorney for Plaintiff Master Commissioner 

Harrison Circuit Court 


























































































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LEGAL NOTICE 

MASTER COMMISSIONER’S SALE 

Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Harrison Circuit Court on 
February 9, 2012 in Civil Action No. ll-CI-00266 Kentucky Housing Corpo¬ 
ration, Plaintiff, vs. Celia Aguirre, Defendant, the Master Commissioner of the 
Harrison Circuit Court will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the 
front door of the Harrison County Courthouse, in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on Friday, 
April 6, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

448 E Bridge St, Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky 41031 

Beginning at a stake at the inside edge of a concrete sidewalk on East Bridge Street, 
now corner to Lot #2; thence with line of same, N 7, E 107’4” to a stake; thence N 
81 W 49’ to a stake now comer to Lot #4; thence with line of same, S 7 107’0” to 
a stake in edge of concrete sidewalk; thence with line of same, S 81 E 49” to the 
beginning; being known as 448 E. Bridge Street. 

Being the same property conveyed to Celia Guirre, unmarried, by deed dated De¬ 
cember 26,2006 of record in Deed Book 295, Page 196 in the Office of the Clerk of 
Harrison County, Kentucky. 

The property is being sold to produce a sum sufficient to satisfy the judgments and 
liens as follows: (a) The costs of this action, including the Master Commissioner’s 
fee, appraiser’s fee and advertising costs; and (b) Judgment for the Plaintiff, Ken¬ 
tucky Housing Corporation, in the amount of $80,300.69 plus accrued and unpaid 
interest at the rate of 6.125% from October 1, 2010 until date of Judgment with 
interest accruing on the entire balance at the Note rate until paid, plus any additional 
costs expended by Plaintiff to protect or preserve the property until sale date, (c) 
Real Estate taxes, plus interest and penalties, if any, for taxes assessed for the year 
2011 and previous years, (d) Plaintiff’s Court costs and attorney fees. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: (1) The prop¬ 
erty shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of the parties to this action; (2) 
The purchaser shall be required to pay the sum of 10% of the purchase price in cash, 
certified funds or by other immediately verifiable collectable medium of exchange 
acceptable to the Commissioner, on the day of sale to apply on the purchase price; 
(3) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable within sixty (60) days 
after the day of sale; (4) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond with good 
and sufficient surety thereon as approved by the Commissioner to secure the unpaid 
portion of the purchase price, the bond to bear interest at the rate of 12% per annum 
from the day of sale until paid, the bond to have the same force and effect as a judg¬ 
ment and shall remain a lien on the property as additional security until the purchase 
price is paid in full; (5) In the event that the Plaintiff is the successful purchaser, it 
shall be entitled to a credit on its judgment against the purchase price and shall only 
be obligated to pay court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, and 
any real estate taxes payable pursuant to this order, and in that event, no bond shall 
be required; (6) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of 
the purchase price or paying the bond before maturity by paying the balance of the 
principal together with all accrued interest thereon until the date of payment; (7) The 
purchaser shall obtain possession of the property upon confirmation of the sale by 
the Court and payment of the purchase price in full; (8) All ad valorem taxes on the 
property for calendar year 2012 and all subsequent years shall be assumed and paid 
by the purchaser. All real property taxes due and owing to Harrison County or the 
City of Cynthiana for 2011 and prior years will be paid from the proceeds of sale. 
If any tax bills have been sold to third parties under a Certificate of Delinquency 
under KRS Chapter 134, the purchaser of the property will receive a credit against 
the purchase price for an amount equal to the sum paid to the County Clerk by the 
third party for the tax bill with the purchaser then being responsible for redemption 
of the Certificate of Delinquency including any additional interest, costs, fees or 
charges allowed by law; (9) The property shall be sold subject to any assessment 
for public improvements levied against the property and subject to all rules and 
regulations enforced by the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning and 
Zoning Commission, all applicable health and safety regulations, all restrictions and 
easements thereon appearing of record in the Harrison County Court Clerk’s Office, 
governmental laws and regulations affecting the property, and shall be subject to 
any unrecorded easements, discrepancies or conflicts in boundary lines, shortage in 
area and encroachments, if any there be, which an accurate and complete survey or 
an inspection of the property would disclose; (10) The purchaser shall bear the risk 
of loss on the improvements on the property and the risk of loss shall pass to the 
purchaser as of the day and time of sale; (11) The property shall be sold with any 
improvements thereon “as is”; and (12) The property shall be sold subject to such 
right of redemption as may exist in favor of the United States of America pursuant 
to 28 use Section 2410, and the right of redemption of the Defendant. 

All bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 

Attorneys: 

Hon. Stephen R. Solomon Hon. John Lair 

Attorney for Plaintiff Master Commissioner 

Harrison Circuit Court 


LEGAL NOTICE 

MASTER COMMISSIONER’S SALE 

Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Harrison Circuit Court on 
October 7, 2010 in Civil Action No. lO-CI-00158 styled Chase Home Finance, 
LLC, Plaintiff, vs. James R. Estes, Sr., Brenda R. Estes and JPMorgan Chase 
Bank, Defendants, the Master Commissioner of the Harrison Circuit Court will 
sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the front door of the Harrison 
County Courthouse, in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on Friday, April 6,2012 at 10:00 a.m., 
the following described property: 

Being all of Lot 3, Unit 4, of the Indian Woods Subdivision, to the City of Cynthi¬ 
ana, Harrison County, Kentucky, as shown by plat of record in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 
199A, in the Harrison County Clerk’s office, to which reference is made for a more 
particular description of the property; the improvements thereon being known and 
designated as 98 Indian Woods County; 

Being the same property conveyed to James R. Estes, Sr. and Brenda R. Estes, hus¬ 
band and wife, by deed dated January 28,2002 and recorded on February 5,2002 in 
Book 254, page 543, Office of the Harrison County Clerk. 

The property is being sold to produce a sum sufficient to satisfy the judgments and 
liens as follows: (a) The costs of this action, including the Master Commissioner’s 
fee, appraiser’s fee and advertising costs; and (b) Judgment for the Plaintiff, Chase 
Home Finance, LLC, in the amount of $86,993.60, plus interest in the amount of 
$3,552.23 through September 30, 2010, with interest thereafter at the rate of $9.67 
per diem until paid, plus late fees and any additional costs expended by Plaintiff to 
protect or preserve the property until sale date, (c) Real Estate taxes, plus interest 
and penalties, if any, for taxes assessed for the year 2011 and previous years, (d) 
Plaintiff’s Court costs and attorney fees. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: (1) The prop¬ 
erty shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of the parties to this action; (2) 
The purchaser shall be required to pay the sum of 10% of the purchase price in cash, 
certified funds or by other immediately verifiable collectable medium of exchange 
acceptable to the Commissioner, on the day of sale to apply on the purchase price; 
(3) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable within thirty (30) days 
after the day of sale; (4) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond with good 
and sufficient surety thereon as approved by the Commissioner to secure the unpaid 
portion of the purchase price, the bond to bear interest at the rate of 12% per annum 
from the day of sale until paid, the bond to have the same force and effect as a judg¬ 
ment and shall remain a lien on the property as additional security until the purchase 
price is paid in full; (5) In the event that the Plaintiff is the successful purchaser, it 
shall be entitled to a credit on its judgment against the purchase price and shall only 
be obligated to pay court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, and 
any real estate taxes payable pursuant to this order, and in that event, no bond shall 
be required; (6) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of 
the purchase price or paying the bond before maturity by paying the balance of the 
principal together with all accrued interest thereon until the date of payment; (7) The 
purchaser shall obtain possession of the property upon confirmation of the sale by 
the Court and payment of the purchase price in full; (8) All ad valorem taxes on the 
property for calendar year 2012 and all subsequent years shall be assumed and paid 
by the purchaser. All real property taxes due and owing to Harrison County or the 
City of Cynthiana for 2011 and prior years will be paid from the proceeds of sale. 
If any tax bills have been sold to third parties under a Certificate of Delinquency 
under KRS Chapter 134, the purchaser of the property will receive a credit against 
the purchase price for an amount equal to the sum paid to the County Clerk by the 
third party for the tax bill with the purchaser then being responsible for redemption 
of the Certificate of Delinquency including any additional interest, costs, fees or 
charges allowed by law; (9) The property shall be sold subject to any assessment 
for public improvements levied against the property and subject to all rules and 
regulations enforced by the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning and 
Zoning Commission, all applicable health and safety regulations, all restrictions and 
easements thereon appearing of record in the Harrison County Court Clerk’s Office, 
governmental laws and regulations affecting the property, and shall be subject to 
any unrecorded easements, discrepancies or conflicts in boundary lines, shortage in 
area and encroachments, if any there be, which an accurate and complete survey or 
an inspection of the property would disclose; (10) The purchaser shall bear the risk 
of loss on the improvements on the property and the risk of loss shall pass to the 
purchaser as of the day and time of sale; (11) The property shall be sold with any 
improvements thereon “as is”; and (12) The property shall be sold subject to such 
right of redemption as may exist in favor of the United States of America pursuant to 
28 use Section 2410, and the right of redemption of the Defendants. 

All bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 

Attorneys: 

Hon. Angela M. Goad Hon. John Lair 

Attorney for Plaintiff Master Commissioner 

Harrison Circuit Court 


LEGAL NOTICE 

MASTER COMMISSIONER’S SALE 

Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Harrison Circuit Court on 
February 29, 2012 in Civil Action No. 09-CI-00094 Monument Street Funding, 
LLC, Plaintiff, vs. Rusty Whitson, Ardyth Whitson, Commonwealth Credit 
Union, Inc. and Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home 
Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, Defendants, 
the Master Commissioner of the Harrison Circuit Court will sell at public auction 
to the highest and best bidder at the front door of the Harrison County Courthouse, 
in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on Friday, April 6, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., the following de¬ 
scribed property: 

Beginning in the center of the Poindexter Pike (now Carl Stevens Road) opposite a 
post, thence with three newly made lines N. 88 W 4.57 CHS to a post, N 4 E. 3.74 
CHS to a stake; S 87 3/4 E. 4.57 CHS to the center of Pike, thence with the same S 4 
W. 3.63 CHS to the beginning, containing 1.68 acres more or less. 

Being the same property conveyed to Rusty Whitson and Ardyth Whitson, husband 
and wife, by Deed dated February 26,1999, recorded in Deed Book 230, page 21 in 
the Harrison County Clerk’s Office. 

The property is being sold to produce a sum sufficient to satisfy the judgments 
and liens as follows: (a) The costs of this action, including the Master Commis¬ 
sioner’s fee, appraiser’s fee and advertising costs; and (b) Judgment for the Defen¬ 
dant/Cross-Plaintiff, Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home 
Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, in the amount of 
$106,517.27, interest through October 28, 2011 in the amount of $15,056.97 with 
interest thereafter at the rate of $22.61 per diem until paid, plus any additional costs 
expended by Plaintiff to protect or preserve the property until sale date, (c) Real 
Estate taxes, plus interest and penalties, if any, for taxes assessed for the year 2011 
and previous years, (d) Plaintiff’s Court costs and attorney fees. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: (1) The prop¬ 
erty shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of the parties to this action; (2) 
The purchaser shall be required to pay the sum of 10% of the purchase price in cash, 
certified funds or by other immediately verifiable collectable medium of exchange 
acceptable to the Commissioner, on the day of sale to apply on the purchase price; 
(3) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable within thirty (30) days 
after the day of sale; (4) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond with good 
and sufficient surety thereon as approved by the Commissioner to secure the unpaid 
portion of the purchase price, the bond to bear interest at the rate of 12% per annum 
from the day of sale until paid, the bond to have the same force and effect as a judg¬ 
ment and shall remain a lien on the property as additional security until the purchase 
price is paid in full; (5) In the event that the Plaintiff is the successful purchaser, it 
shall be entitled to a credit on its judgment against the purchase price and shall only 
be obligated to pay court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, and 
any real estate taxes payable pursuant to this order, and in that event, no bond shall 
be required; (6) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of 
the purchase price or paying the bond before maturity by paying the balance of the 
principal together with all accrued interest thereon until the date of payment; (7) The 
purchaser shall obtain possession of the property upon confirmation of the sale by 
the Court and payment of the purchase price in full; (8) All ad valorem taxes on the 
property for calendar year 2012 and all subsequent years shall be assumed and paid 
by the purchaser. All real property taxes due and owing to Harrison County or the 
City of Cynthiana for 2011 and prior years will be paid from the proceeds of sale. 
If any tax bills have been sold to third parties under a Certificate of Delinquency 
under KRS Chapter 134, the purchaser of the property will receive a credit against 
the purchase price for an amount equal to the sum paid to the County Clerk by the 
third party for the tax bill with the purchaser then being responsible for redemption 
of the Certificate of Delinquency including any additional interest, costs, fees or 
charges allowed by law; (9) The property shall be sold subject to any assessment 
for public improvements levied against the property and subject to all rules and 
regulations enforced by the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning and 
Zoning Commission, all applicable health and safety regulations, all restrictions and 
easements thereon appearing of record in the Harrison County Court Clerk’s Office, 
governmental laws and regulations affecting the property, and shall be subject to 
any unrecorded easements, discrepancies or conflicts in boundary lines, shortage in 
area and encroachments, if any there be, which an accurate and complete survey or 
an inspection of the property would disclose; (10) The purchaser shall bear the risk 
of loss on the improvements on the property and the risk of loss shall pass to the 
purchaser as of the day and time of sale; (11) The property shall be sold with any 
improvements thereon “as is”; and (12) The property shall be sold subject to such 
right of redemption as may exist in favor of the United States of America pursuant to 
28 use Section 2410, and the right of redemption of the Defendants. 

All bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 

Attorneys: 

Hon. Paul M. Nalepka Hon. John Lair 

Attorney for Plaintiff Master Commissioner 

Harrison Circuit Court 


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B12 The Cynthiana Democrat - Thursday, March 22,2012 


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THURSDAY, March 22 

Women’s Book Group. Thursday, March 22 at 6 p.m. at 
the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. The book for 
discussion will be Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who 
Touched the World by Vicki Myron. 

FRIDAY, March 23 

Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public 
Library Bookmobile will be available March 23 at New 
Beginnings at 10:30 a.m.; Robynwood Heights, 3 p.m. 

SATURDAY, March 24 

Bean Supper and Cake Cook-Off to be held at Ruddles 
Mills Christian Church, 3804 Ruddles Mills-Millersburg 
Rd.,Paris, Ky., on Saturday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. Competition 
for men to bake and decorate a cake. Please join us. 

MONDAY, March 26 

Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public 
Library Bookmobile will be available March 26 at Parkside 
Manor at 11 a.m.; Grays Run, 3 p.m. 

TUESDAY, March 27 

Harrison County Board of Education will meet Tuesday, 
March 27, 7 p.m., at the Community Education Building. The 
meetings are open to the public. 

Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public 
Library Bookmobile will be available March 27 at Toddler 
Village at 10:30 a.m.; Terrace Park, 11 a.m.; Cedar Ridge, 

3 p.m. 

Cynthiana City Commission will meet Tuesday, March 
27, 5:30 p.m., upstairs City Hall in the commissioners’ room. 
The meetings are open to the public. 

Fiscal Court of Harrison County will meet Tuesday, March 
27, 5:30 p.m., meeting room at the Harrison County Sheriff’s 
building (former KU building). The meetings are open to the 
public. 

WEDNESDAY, March 28 

Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public 
Library Bookmobile will be available March 28 at Grandview 
Country Store at 10 a.m.; Berry, 3:30 p.m. 

SPECIAL NOTICES 

Spring Time Craft. Thursday, March 29 at 5 p.m. for ages 

4 and up at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. 
BTOP Computer Class (Computer Basics Level 3). 

Tuesday, April 3 at 6 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County 
Public Library. Pre-registration is required. Call 234-4881 for 
more information. 

HCHS Council. Harrison County High School Site Based 
Council will have a special called meeting on Tuesday, April 
3 at 4 p.m. in the HCHS Library. 

Health Fair. Westside Elementary will hold a Health Fair on 
April 5, 6-8 p.m. in the school cafeteria. There is no cost for 
the event. Booths available will be Dr. Amy Mashburn, blood 
pressure screening. Dr. Jason Mclivain, dentist, Harrison 
Memorial Hospital, Wedco, chiropractic tests, the fire house, 
animal adoptions and more. 

Harrison County Community Health Fair. Thursday, 
April 12 from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Harrison County Middle 
School (parking at the back entrance). Free tests and 
screenings. New this year will be a complete blood count. 
Sponsored by Harrison Memorial Hospital, Wedco District 
Health Department, Harrison County School Systems and 
Community Education Center, Harrison County Extension 
Office, and UK Markey Cancer Center. 

HCHS Class of 1957. The Harrison County High School 
Class of 1957 will meet at Bianckes on April 16 at noon. 
Join classmates for lunch and help plan the 55 year class 
reunion. 


HCHS Council. Harrison County High School Site Based 
Council will meet Tuesday, April 17 at 4 p.m. in the HCHS 
Library 

Women’s Health Issues Seminar. Monday, April 30 at 
Cynthiana Christian Church. Registration at 5 p.m. Guest 
speakers begin at 5:30 p.m. The seminar is free and a meal 
will be provided free of charge to the first 100 registered par¬ 
ticipants. Tickets available at the Cynthiana-Harrison County 
Public Library or the Harrison County Extension Office. For 
more information call 234-5510. 

Young Farmers. The Harrison County Young Farmers will 
be meeting in the Harrison County High School ag room on 
Monday nights at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in becoming a 
member is welcome to attend. 

Clothing Closet. The Clothing Closet will now be open 
on the last Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
The Closet is located at 103 N. Main (beside Cynthiana 
Presbyterian Church) and open Mondays and Wednesdays 
from noon to 3:30 p.m. 

Christian Faith Center. The Christian Faith Center has 
opened their clothing closet to the public. All free items, lots 
of winterwear. Call 859-234-8481 to view items. 

Children’s Story Time. Tuesdays at 10 a.m. for age 3 
to 5; and at 4:30 p.m. for age birth to 5 at the Cynthiana- 
Harrison County Public Library. 

Free Computer Classes. The Cynthiana-Harrison County 
Public Library is providing free computer classes. Call 234- 
4881 to find out about class offerings or visit the website at 
www.cynthianalibrary.org. 

LVBPW Meeting. The Licking Valley Business and 
Professional Women’s meets the second Wednesday of 
each month at Biancke’s Restaurant at noon, with a guest 
speaker. Interested and new members are welcome. 

Harrison County Fire Protection District meets at 6 p.m. 
on the second Wednesday of each month at the Harrison 
County Sheriff’s Office, 113 W. Pike St., Cynthiana. Open to 
the public. 

A Veterans Field Representative is available on the 
third Tuesday of each month at the County Sheriff’s office in 
Cynthiana from 1-4 p.m. This service is free of charge. Agent 
Orange registration is also available. For more information or 
to make an appointment, call 1-800-747-9963. 

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) meets the second 
and fourth Thursdays of every month from 9 to 11:45 a.m. 
at Indian Creek Christian Church. Come join other moms 
for food, fun and fellowship. Childcare is provided. For more 
information call Cassie at 954-0571. Please note that when 
school is not in session, MOPS meeting is cancelled. 

Community Employment Opportunities (CEO) is a 
non-profit employment agency that assists persons with 
disabilities in finding and retaining employment. Located 
in the Community Service Center at 216 Old Lair Road or 
can be reached by calling (859) 234-9377 or visit www.ceo- 
employment.com. 

Harrison County Food Pantry. The Harrison County Food 
Pantry is located at 304 Locust St. (former Cynthiana Police 
Substation). Open Wednesdays and Fridays from noon to 4 
p.m. For more information contact Margaret Watson at 234- 
1649 or Marilyn Wash at 234-5644. 

Berry Lions Club meets on the first and third Thursday 
of each month at the Berry Lions Club Hall at 7 p.m. New 
members always welcome. 

Dog House Recycling. If anyone has a dog house in 
good condition to donate or know of a dog in need of shelter, 
contact the Humane Society of Harrison County at 234-1222 
or 859-312-1267. 

Moms in Touch International (praying for children and 
schools) is an interdemoninational, non-profit organization. 
For more information call Stephanie Techau, MITI contact for 
Harrison County at 588-2525 or visit www.momsintouch.org. 


TOPS. Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets at 5 p.m. on 
Wednesdays in the conference room at Harrison Memorial 
Hospital. For more information call 588-6630. 

Cynthiana Families Anonymous meeting is held every 
Thursday from 5-6 p.m. at the Cynthiana Christian Church. 
Use the Walnut Street entrance to enter the church. Call 859- 
234-1626 and leave a message for further information. 

Cynthiana Alcoholics Anoymous meets Sundays and 
Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., and Fridays at 7 p.m. at the 
Episcopal Church, North Walnut Street. For more information 
call 1-800-467-8019 

Al-anon Meetings are held on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. at 
Harmony Christian Church in Georgetown, Ky. at the old Wal- 
Mart store on the by-pass. 

Adoptive Parent Support Groups. Held third Saturday of 
each month from 2-4 p.m. at the Georgetown Public Library, 
104 S. Bradford Lane, Georgetown. For more information 
call Gerry Whalen at 859-234-5454 or gerrywhalen@yahoo. 
com. 

Christian Singles Group meets at Harrison Memorial 
Hospital in the Virginia McKenney conference room on the 
first and third Friday of each month at 7 p.m. Call Phil at 234- 
6524, or Vickie at 234-5346. 

Men’s Coffee Group. Meets at Hospice of the Bluegrass 
Office, 1317 US Hwy. 62 E at 10:30 a.m. every third Friday. 
For more information contact Mary McKenzie 859-234-6462 
or 800-756-6005 or email mmckenzie@hospicebg.org. 

Flora Shropshire Animal Shelter. Hours are Monday- 
Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon; Closed 
Sundays. 

Harrison County Veterans are eligible for interment in 
the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North in Williamstown, Ky. 
Spouses and other eligible dependents may qualify for inter¬ 
ment as well. Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North opened in 
2008. For more information contact a local funeral home or 
visit http://veterans.ky.gov. 

Harrison County Republican Party meets monthly on 
the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in the conference 
room of the Sheriff’s office. Pike Street. 

Harrison County Soil & Water Conservation District 
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Monday of 
each month at the office located at 103 Rodgers Park Dr., 
Cynthiana. Open to the public. 

Cub Scouts meet every first and third Tuesday at First 
United Methodist Church at 6 p.m. If interested call Tony 
Roberts at 859-588-0866 or Tami Perkins at 859-797-4337. 

Harrison County Diabetes Support Group will meet at 
the Harrison County Senior Citizens Center on the second 
Wednesday of every month at 10:30 a.m. For more informa¬ 
tion call Crissy at 859-234-8750 or 859-298-4899. 

Library Cookbooks. Pick up a copy of ‘Eat Between The 
Lines’ $10 each. Proceeds will go towards funding program¬ 
ming at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. 

Narcotics Anonymous meets every Tuesday and 
Thursday from 7:30-8:30 p.m.; and Saturdays from 6-7 p.m. 
at the St. James A.M.E. at 312 W. Pleasant in the annex. 

Visit the library’s website at www.cynthianalibrary.org 
and check out our calendar, services and subscribe to our 
new online book club. 

* All programs provided by the Cynthiana-Harrison County 
Public Library are free unless otherwise noted. All programs 
except for storytime or unless otherwise noted will take place 
In the library annex (between Biancke’s and the Shell station). 
Call 234-4881 with any questions or to register for a program 
or e-mall Cindy Franklin at cfranklln@cynthlanallbrary.org o\ 
KInzIe Gregg Gaunce at kgregg@cynthlanallbrary.org. 

*Any day that school Is closed due to Inclement weather, 
the library will have movies and/or crafts available In the 
children’s library from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Cynthiana- 
Harrison County Public Library. 




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